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Should America Go to War On September 11 2001 at 845am American Airlines flight 11 slammed into the North tower of the World Trade Center in the heart of New Yorks financial district and changed the lives of Americans forever America was unexpectedly attacked by terrorists and the prime suspect is Osama Bin Laden Americans are in shock and are feeling agony pain grief fear but most of all anger and rage We all want revenge and retaliation on the evil heartless people who did this But the question is should America go to war And if we do who do we fight against We are not sure because this is not a fight against a certain country this is a fight against Terrorism There should be no doubt that the United States should find the perpetrators of the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks and use whatever military force is necessary against them If the mastermind behind these heinous acts is indeed Osama bin Laden then our goal should be the total destruction of his al Qaeda terrorist group If it is bin Laden then the Taliban government in Afghanistan should suffer the wrath and might of a US response President Bush made clear from the outset that the United States would make no distinction between the terrorists who committed these acts and those who harbor them But we are also at a crossroad We need to make the distinction between retaliation against those responsible specifically for the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks versus a war on terrorism These are two very different things The former is a daunting task of tracking down the setup of a distributed terrorist network and destroying it The latter - a global assault against terrorism in general according to Secretary of State Colin Powell - is completely uncharted waters We have to understand that going after terrorists is not a
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