He comes out against our government using drones on American soil. He's OK with it in Somalia, apparently.
My qualms about drones has hardened into complete opposition, not that I get to set policy. But I am against the use of drones except in a case of declared war, and then only on our declared enemies, and never on our own soil. We think we're clever right now -- we can hit anyone at anytime. But that won't always be true. And it will create levels of frustration that foments terrorism.
Not only that, but the use of drones within the U.S. is another step closer to a totalitarian military state. I don't think I'm overstating the point. One danger in any nation is the government can see its own people as a threat.
And just for the record, I am against bombing anyone in any nation with anything stronger than a pointy stick except in case of declared war.
We've been doing way too much bombing. We're solving one set of problems, but we're creating others.