Contributing to the war in Afghanistan is essential and is an obligation to a maintain a safe America from further terrorist attacks. America has what it takes to secure the nation of Afghanistan. Conventional wisdom has it that the biggest problem we are currently having is that civilians read what is going on and do absolutely nothing about it (Garner 1). There is a large demand for more cooperation from the American citizens because we cannot do this alone. If more military strategists and government officials got involved to strategize we might have a bit better of a chance of actually winning the war. Although Garner does not say it directly, he apparentl...
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...erything that we have destroyed and make it better than it was before we destroyed it. I think that we would have to increase coast guards and border patrol just in case after this solution we are not safe from terrorist attacks.
I think that our country alone would benefit tremendously just by simply dropping out of the war. First of all, it would be one less thing we’re spending our tax dollars on. Also, we have more important things to focus on as a nation, by leaving Afghanistan it will give us the opportunity to focus on them. Over half a decade of pressures that the war has caused will finally be gone. Not to forget that overall there will be somewhat less casualties (Cordesman 1). All of the above will boost our economy tremendously all while losing less lives. Although this process might have its flaws I think that it will make us better as a nation.
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