"The jerks in the oval office are so tough they chew up aluminum beer cans, poop out intricate metal art sculptures of phallic symbols dominating cowering naked women in spiked aluminum clogs. They even have secret tattoos on their, um, penises: intricate mosaics that hide out durin the day but bloom in the darkness of misdeeds at night illustratin the Homeric creations of jack-booted sperm kickin in doors, destroyin typewriters and burnin books, especially anything Pink."
"Lawmakers in the Constitution State (Connecticut) are considering a bill that would make the state the first in the country to allow police to use drones equipped with lethal weaponry, CBS News reported. The bill would ban the use of weaponized drones, while exempting police." - theblaze/ Tré Goins-Phillips (3-31-17)
In discussing to the horrific tragedy in Las Vegas, Phil Mudd on CNN, former C.I.A. and FBI officer, has suggested that a response to sniper attacks in high rise buildings and other difficult to access sniper positions might be addressed by armed drones.
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