the war in iraq is necessary until we finish it

wheelhouse3

John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States and a democrat , believed that "there are risks and costs to a program of action. But they are far less than the long-range risks and costs of comfortable inaction" (Kennedy 32). Much of America has formed the opinion that the "action" in Iraq is unwarranted. However, idleness is far too costly. America's presence in Iraq is necessary for the continued freedom, liberties, and safety of this nation. "Americans play to win at all times" (P...

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The moral code of the christian religion is violent and hateful.

Harlan

Before you here my argument, hear this. It is good to believe in something, it truly is; but do not be a slave to that belief. Beliefs change. Do not split your mind in two, and deny contradicting information because you are afraid of being seen as blasphemous. If you're beliefs are true, then you should be able to consider, hear other argumants, and be skeptical, and it will still be true. Splitting your mind is extremely unhealthy. Ponder on your beliefs, and let me start a seed of critical th...

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