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War in Afghanistan On September 11th 2001 our way of life and our freedom came under attack in a series of deliberate and deadly terrorist acts that killed thousands of American citizens The victims were in airplanes and in their offices they were secretaries businessmen and women military and federal workers moms and dads and friends and neighbors Thousands of lives were suddenly ended by evil despicable acts of terror President Bush made it clear that whoever did this act would pay for their actions After finding out what terrorist carried this out we began to declare war on them and on Afghanistan for harboring them With some of the public divided on whether we should continue to attack Afghanistan it is obvious we must not stop until successful of ridding terrorism If we arent successful we run the risk of getting attacked again To save the freedom of America the US military should continue to attack Afghanistan until victorious When the United States was attacked on September 11th many Americans had no idea who and where Afghanistan was Some Americans didnt know who the Taliban or Osama Bin Laden was They do now Ever since that fateful day leading terrorist Osama Bin Laden and the Taliban have been in a fierce battle with the United States Many Americans are divided on fighting against the Taliban There are good facts to both sides but the facts are too strong and overwhelming to stop attacking the Taliban There are many good reasons why Americans dont want to fight against Afghanistan but are they good enough to stop war One of the most popular reasons people are swayed against war is because of its financial toll it takes on the US According to Newsweek magazine October 2001 Issue the US is expected to spend over 15 billion dollars in military effort and humanitarian aid
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