Drones can fly farther than human pilots can, so they are more efficient.
Drone strikes are more precise than other weapons.
The majority of Americans support drone strikes.
Drones keep military personnel safer, and at less risk of psychological damage.
The U.S. usually strikes with the permission of the host country.
Drone strikes are legal, with the permission of the territory that is hit.
Since the U.S. uses drones, the U.S. military doesn?t have to occupy countries.
There are checks and balances to restrict drone use in the U.S.
Other countries have drones, so the military has to keep up.
Drone strikes kill civilians, and even U.S. citizens.
When drone strikes kill civilians, their families may become terrorists.
Drone strikes increase anti-U.S. feeling.
The military is being secretive, so there is no accountability to U.S. citizens.
Drone strikes do not allow for last-minute corrections, if needed.
The U.S. shouldn?t be interfering with other countries in the first place.
If the U.S. uses drones against U.S. enemies, other countries may do the same.
The U.S. is more likely to strike to kill more often, because the cost is less.