People who use the Socratic method usually have a point. Indeed, people usually argue or debate because they have a point. Hopefully, they don't simply want to convince themselves, but want to persuade someone else. The Socratic method can help do this by forcing people to realize their beliefs may be inconsistent. I honestly believe that if you actually answered any of the questions I asked, you would see that there are inconsistencies in your beliefs. This doesn't mean that you will end up thinking drone strikes are fine, but that you will accept that the other side has reasonable arguments and that Obama isn't simply executing people.
What gave me the impression you were damning Obama for his drone strikes? Maybe the part where you said that he "remotely executes folk without due process." That might have something to do with it.
I have no idea what your point is. Is it that if I quote you and ask that a term you used be defined, I have to use your name, and capitalize your name? That someone can't make a substantive point in response to something someone else said? Seriously, what is your point? That I'm not allowed to object to the way you use the word "execute" without trying to unpack its meaning and how we typically do and do not use this word? Or that it's inappropriate for me to make this point in response to your specific use of this word? Or that it's wrong to ask you, as the person who used the word in this way, to clarify what you meant by it.
Again, it's ironic for you to call me disingenuous after your bizarre objections to my use of the word "you."