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The recent attacks on the United States are among the worst terrorist attacks the world has ever seen As stated by President Bush on September 112001 in an address to the nation Our fellow citizens our way of life our very freedom came under attack in a series of deliberate and deadly terrorist attacks The target was the heart of Americas economy as well as the heart of every American The evil behind these cowardly attacks is a man by then name Osama bin Ladin and his devote followers in the Taliban regime Theyre not only behind the recent attacks on the United States but the bombing of the USS Cole and the bombing of the US Embassy in Nairobi These sick radicals have boldly announced they will stop at nothing to kill as many Americans possible To negotiate with them is impossible and that is why war inevitable In this paper I will explain why a war against Osama bin Ladin and all terrorism is the answer and the only answer Many people may argue that it is not the United States place to start another war A war is expensive long and carries the risk of loosing more American lives However it is important to understand that the United States is not a bully waging an undeserved war In fact we did not start this war war was waged upon us The terrorist declared war on every American when they hijacked four American airplanes and used them as flying bombs to kill thousands of innocent civilians Remember there was no aggressive military action taken after the bombing of the US Embassy the bombing of the USS Cole or after the first attempt to take down the World Trade Centers all of which have been linked back to Osama bin Laden How many more thousands of lives need to be lost before we start defending the safety of the American people When speaking
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