America Loves Drone Attacks

08/02/2013 08:39

"The ongoing debate between Congress and the White House over its use of drone strikes — a conversation spurred by the leak of an Administration memo detailing broad leeway for unmanned drone strikes to be used against U.S. citizens — will reach fever pitch in the nation's capital Thursday when John Brennan's confirmation hearings to be the next CIA Director begin.

But, when it comes to drones, the fight in Washington has no parallel in the public at large. Put simply: Americans love drones."*

Liberals and conservatives agree: they love drone attacks. A Washington Post poll found the
approval spans across parties. Why? Are people blindly following Obama and his administration? Cenk Uygur breaks it down.

*Read more from Chris Cillizza/ Washington Post:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/t...

"The ongoing debate between Congress and the White House over its use of drone strikes — a conversation spurred by the leak of an Administration memo detailing broad leeway for unmanned drone strikes to be used against U.S. citizens — will reach fever pitch in the nation's capital Thursday when John Brennan's confirmation hearings to be the next CIA Director begin.

But, when it comes to drones, the fight in Washington has no parallel in the public at large. Put simply: Americans love drones."*

Liberals and conservatives agree: they love drone attacks. A Washington Post poll found the
approval spans across parties. Why? Are people blindly following Obama and his administration? Cenk Uygur breaks it down.

*Read more from Chris Cillizza/ Washington Post:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/t...

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