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Iran Attacks "Unarmed" U.S. Drone

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The Pentagon now reports that recently those treacherous Iranians, without provocation, had the audacity to shoot at an "unarmed" U.S. drone aircraft all of 16 miles off the Iranian coast.


(Info Note: That's about 6,000 miles from the U.S. coast., and about 8,000 miles from our quite cozy drone control center somewhere in the Nevada desert.)
A cynic may dare ask what in the world (and where) was a U.S. "unarmed" drone doing kicking about the border of Iran. Wull, golly, cudda been lots of reasons, fer instance cudda been loaded with goodies for the women and children in Pakistan, where so many of its brother and sister drones have been known to fly about dropping stuff off. Yup, thaz probally whut et wuz.
Well, the Iranian shots missed their mark, which is quite fortunate for all those warmongering Iranians, since the people of the United States have just re-anointed the 21st Century's second (so far) most deadly and destructive Commander-in-Slaughter since the champion himself, one G.W. Bush. And y'all know that the majority of the great American electorate always stands up for peace and justice and goodwill toward men like no one else now or ever.
Well, don't they?
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