Senator Rand Paul was overheard approving of a drone. This was a drone that delivered beer at an outdoor festival in South Africa.

The Washington Times notes that Senator Paul is noted for a 13 hour filibuster against the Nomination of John O. Brennan as CIA director while calling on the Obama administration to clarify whether it believed it had the right to use drones for killing US citizens.

However, after the South Africa delivery drone’s performance, the Kentucky Republican said on his Twitter page, “Perhaps I am not against ALL drones!”

Of course, Senator Paul is in the right, since there is no constitutional right to beer delivery by humans only — doubtless due to a tragic oversight of the founding fathers who failed to foresee the reign of our beer-delivering mechanical overlords — while there is a constitutional right to due process for US citizens and residents before being executed by the US government.

So go on and approve of beer-delivering drones, Senator Paul. While comely beer servers might be more pleasing, people are entitled to getting their beer any way they wish to.

It is rumored that Thomas Jefferson anguished over the Constitutional status of beer drones. (Okay, not really -- we're just picking on you.)

It is rumored that Thomas Jefferson anguished over the Constitutional status of beer drones. (Okay, not really — we’re just picking on you.)