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I love this "they are violations of our sovereignty and secondly they are counterproductive. They are not helpful in our efforts to win hearts and minds. So we cannot accept drone attacks,"

So the Taliban and Al-Qaeda (both foreign) can step up shop and do what ever they want but God Allah damn America for helping Pakistan have less Terrorist. And on the Counterproductive part if Pakistan have the balls to take their country back maybe we don't have to send drones over their homeland.--♪ Tempodivalse ♪ 23:08, 5 April 2009 (UTC)

Are you really having trouble understanding the problem here? Consider this the other way round. Hypothetical scenario: Say the U.S. lets neonazi groups collect people and arms and plan attacks with only the occasional federal raid to keep it in check. (Which actually sounds a lot like what it does do...) The Bundeswehr then then sends fighters over to the U.S. and independently targets and kills a bunch of people who were collecting in a park because they thought they might have been neonazis. And as is the case here, a couple other people maybe playing in that same park with their dogs got killed too. Collateral damage eh? And this would be acceptable HOW? ♪ Tempodivalse ♪ 23:08, 5 April 2009 (UTC)