The eye of the government is upon you.  Unmanned Predator drones — used so effectively to fill from afar in Iraq — have come home to roost on the USA border with Mexico:

Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
(UAV´s) and Space-Based Domestic Spying Surveillance technology the
U.S. Government is now watching American citizens under the guise of
disaster management and controlling the U.S. Mexican border. The
Reaper/Predator B UAV´s robotic killing machines are currently in
operation with the USAF, US Navy and the Royal Air Force. In addition
non-military users of the Predator B include: NASA and Homeland
security though the US Customs and Border Protection agencies.

The Department of Homeland Security´s (DHS) space-based
domestic spy program run by that agency´s National Applications Office
(NAO) is now in full operation. Indeed during Hurricane Ike, U.S.
Customs and Border Protection for the first time flew the Predator B
unmanned aerial vehicle in “support of the Federal Emergency Management
Agency´s relief efforts,” the insider tech publication reported.

What we pay for to kill returns to punish us.

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