Should drones be illegal in the USA
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I want to start off by thanking the Pro for the debate.
Also, because there are only three rounds in this debate, I will go ahead and lay out my main points.
I will be arguing that drones should not be illegal, and here are my reasonings.
The definition of a "drone": "
The Pro repeatedly mentions the fact that he/she fears the idea of a drone/plane collision, and bases their arguments on that.
This fear is not illogical. Plane/drone collisions are possible (though not frequent, if existent), and have lately come closer to colliding than other times. 
However, the Pro argues that drone should be completely and utterly illegal, which I strongly disagree with. The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) sets rules and regulations as to who and what are allowed in the big blue sky; and they are seemingly coming closer to an agreement on approving drones above. 
As the Con, I am arguing that drones should not be illegal in the USA, but rather that the FAA aproves drone use with the given rules and regulations. I do believe there are limits to what drones should be able to do, however, they are generally beneficial and should not be outlawed in this country.
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Vote Placed by kman100 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con pointed out the holes in Pro's arguments. Pro didn't effectively respond to most of Cons points, and attempted to discuss the issue instead of debating it,
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