"We ain't a sharp species. We kill each other over arguments about what happens when you die, then fail to see the ******* irony in that." - Justin Halpern
Most terrorist attacks and most civilian deaths by terrorists happen outside the USofA, and happen to citizens who are not of US origin.
Let those countries deal with their own terrorists.
We've dealt with those who attacked the US on 9/11 and those who orchestrated it.
Time to get out. Time to come home.
How'd that work for the US against Vietnam?
How's it worked after how many years in Afghanistan and Iraq?
How well did it work for the Russians in Afghanistan?
How well has it worked when fighting drugs in the US?
How many American soldiers must die to attempt to rid the world of terrorists?
How much American money must be spent on fighting windmills in the Middle East?
How many years should we keep this charade going?
Are you like McCain? 100 more years if needed?
If your neighbor is blasting loud music, do you attempt to silence them with louder music?
At what point does the cost of the "war on terror" become too expensive for you and make you reconsider who you attempt to solve the overall problem?
The simple point is that violence does not simply breed violence, it also often ends violence.