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Published: 04.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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You've heard it before: people claiming that Saddam Hussein is an intolerable threat to the security of our country and that he must be eliminated. The question now is whether or not this statement is accurate. Is Saddam Hussein really a serious threat to our nation? Is it really fair for us to attack another nation simply because we've made an assumption of what might come next? Some will claim that the very idea of attacking a nation just because the United States doesn't like the way that their leaders govern their country is completely absurd, while others say that it's a sure sign of dedication to our nation.
Ironically, it's dedication which binds the common teenage males' irrational acts to the suggested course of action of our own President Bush. Surely, you've all seen it before. The overly, almost frighteningly common scenario of the jealous boyfriend.…

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