Skip to comments.U.S. a step closer to wide domestic use of drones
Posted on 02/16/2013 9:11:31 AM PST by chessplayer
WASHINGTON A future in which unmanned drones are as common in U.S. skies as helicopters and airliners has moved a step closer to reality with a government request for proposals to create six drone test sites around the country.
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I don’t think the ones homies will like this...
Holder will protect “his people.” These are for watching whitey.
I wonder what penalty will be applied to the person or persons that shoot one of those things down I like to shoot Drone its like skeet but different
No I do not shoot drones
How do you field dress on them suckers?
On the horizon....drones, Obama’s national police force, many new IRS investigators, Homeland Security Police, HS’s purchase of over a billion rounds of ammo, Bam’s executive orders bypassing congress, appointing czars again bypassing congress, redistribution of wealth........sounds more like Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe is the liberals vision of nirvana.
Line up to apologize to Alex Jones starts on the right.
CBS news commies, carrying on from their colleges and universities, to scare everyone with exaggerations and make a mess. That’s what spoiled children do.
They’ll have access to less money from the pile of debt each year for watching you. Quit buying so much. It recirculates to much debt for the gossipy, socialist hags of boisterous rags (newspapers, broadcasters of the so-called mainstream media) to grab.
As for their paradigm of spreading their hysteria like a disease, here’s the tip of my thumb on my nose with fingers spread toward them. Privacy at home for me is doable, regardless of what they do. And my private cameras will be watching them.
AS A private pilot I’m concerned with having one of these little stupids running in to me as I fly.
With an even bigger stupid running it from a black van miles away.
That does it! I am wrapping my house in aluminum foil!
It's just too easy to make and use the things, and they're lots of fun. I have a $20 Syma S107 remote-controlled toy helicopter which I harass my cats with indoors. One of my son visiting last Christmas fell in love with it, took it outside and flew it onto the roof.
The feds have been terrified since 9/11 that home hobbyists will make their own cruise missiles. IMO it's like trying to hold back an incoming tide.