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Should the United States be the world's policemen?

  • Someone has too

    In the past the functionality of us In this role may not have been perfectly successful, But our intentions our typically pure. When innocent people die here or abroad, America will do something. It is true losing the heroes we send is hard, But we cannot allow the innocent to die. We stand for American values, This is both good and bad. We try to force our way of government onto others which produces poor results. It is good because of our beliefs in justice and protecting the innocent. When we go forth into the world we may not always have perfect intentions or results, But we often we fight for innocent lives.

  • Take care of your own problems

    We need to stay home and pay off our dept to china and only fight wars when we need to. We are so far in dept because of Obama that It would take the USA many years to pay it off even under the ideal conditions, but Obama wants to be a hero and save the world, but that is what is killing our country.

  • No, that leads to enemies.

    No, the United States should not be the world's policemen, because it is expensive. In addition, other nations feels that the United States meddles in their domestic affairs, and it creates enemies with those nations. George Washington, in his farewell address, told us to avoid foreign conflicts, and we should have listened.

  • No. The United States should not police the world.

    No. The United States should not be the world's policeman. First of all, we have enough problems policing our own nation. With high crime rates, a corrupt government and illegal immigration, our resources are stretched to the max dealing with our own problems. Other countries should have the freedom to take care of and police their own however they see fit.


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