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I went around a high school during lunch to survey a student and ask him about some questions about our situation with Iraq and the Middle East I asked a series of fifteen questions to see what their opinions and feelings were for issues that can or will come up as this situation grows Their opinions were similar to what I feel but some aspects were different with my interviewee The first question asked was concerning the US military draft He said that he was terrified of the thought of being drafted into war He is afraid that if the war grows large enough that there would be a chance he could be drafted I feel the same way because I just turned eighteen and the possibility of being drafted is there I am also concerned that if the war grows that I could be drafted and sent to the Middle East The second question asked was about homeland security I asked if there was a fear that we could be bombed or attacked at home He said that he was scared that we could be attacked somehow but not by means of a bombing He feels that there is no immediate threat to Ooltewah Tennessee I also feel that way but I am afraid that Oak Ridge could be a target and that could endanger us in this area The third question was asking if he agrees that we are the largest threat to world peace He did not know the answer to this question but I would have to say no that we are working towards a better safer world I disagree with Britain saying that we posed the largest threat to world peace The fourth question was whether or not bin Laden was still alive and whether or not he poses a threat to the United States He said that he thinks that he is still alive and that he poses
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