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Should the U.S. continue keeping Guantanamo prison open?

  • No other options

    There are no other options in relation to gitmo than to keep it open today. Obama had promised to close the base the second he became president, but its still open; this isn't for a lack of trying, of course. The situation with the base it too complicated to simply shut it down.

  • No, they should be closed.

    When President Obama took office, he promised that this prison in Cuba would be closed soon. As of this date that has not yet happened. This prison has been shown to hold people without trial in some awful conditions and it is making the world hate us even more so it definitely should be closed.

  • The U. S. Should Close Guantanimo Bay Prison

    No, the U. S. should not continue to keep the Guantanimo Bay Prison open. In this prison there are individuals being housed who have been charged with no crime. To keep an individual in prison without charging a crime to them is a human rights violation. Therefore, keeping this prison open is terrible.

  • Gitmo Has Outlived Its Usefulness

    The war on terror is over--Osama bin Laden is dead. There is no reason whatsoever to keep the Guantanamo Bay prison open in order to house a handful of so-called "enemy combatants." They are rightfully prisoners of war who deserve a fair trial. At this point, these prisoners will serve a lifetime behind bars in a federal prison somewhere. It's time to dismantled the Gitmo prison and move on. It's been 12 years since 9/11. We need to keep moving forward.

  • I’ve been thinking, and I don’t think it’s a good idea that the U.S. continues keeping Guantanamo Bay prison open.



    I’ve been thinking, and I don’t think it’s a good idea that the
    U.S. continues keeping Guantanamo Bay prison open. Keeping Guantanamo Bay open only inspires
    more terrorists to attack America and its allies. If we claim that we are better than the
    terrorists, then we must prove it with our actions.



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