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The US should not be involved with the situation in the Balkans because the US doesnt have enough money to start what could be the next World War The US should try to pay back the trillions of dollars that it owes to other countries overseas If the US got involved then the US would have to take money out of the social security to pay for the war After all that money is gone then the US would have to raise takes to support the war The higher taxes could cause companies to go out of business and that could be the start of the next depression Then when the US is low on money and resources it would be a good time for some other country with nuclear missiles aimed at the US to launch them The US would counter-strike and fire their nukes at them and then all of the problems would be solved because there would be nothing but a few trees for the remaining people to breath off of Its time to stop the killing and destruction Defense Secretary William Cohen said in a report from the Associated Press News Service If the US sends troops the US is putting their lives and all of the innocent Albanian lives in danger The US Marines would be among the first Americans in Kosovo The more troops that die the more the US will have to send over Once the US runs out of troops they will have to start drafting American people The drafted soldiers go to the Balkans inexperienced and scared to death because they are only 18 and thinking I am too young to die There are over 10000 Albanian guerrillas fighting for the Kosovo Liberation Army Most of the Albanians just want peace Entire towns and illages are being burned to the ground dozens of Albanian civilians are being slaughtered everyday and hundreds
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