Republican Position on Terrorism


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Republican Position on Terrorism
Approximately 2,823 people were killed in the Twin Towers in in the air craft that crashed on September 11th (Templeton and Lumley). Stopping terrorism is necessary because they seek to destroy the United States and other countries by complete destruction of terrorists, including trying them in military courts, and destroying mass weapons.
Stopping terrorism is necessary, because as the earlier statistic shows terrorists will continue to try to destroy the United States and other countries. It is for this reason that Republicans take the position that terrorists should be tried in military courts and not civilian courts. Republicans are more than willing to voice their opinions on this subject as seen in...
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