Loc: Alexandria, VA
Regardless the WAR on terror - is warranted and should continue towards that all terrorist are eliminated
"Terrorism" and "Terrorist" are so ill-defined and subjective that a "war" against either is in effect a license to exercise extraordinary powers in perpetuity: You're never going to eliminate "terrorism" itself, nor are you ever going to eliminate every last "terrorist" -- and so, the conditions that will end the "war" will never exist.
War powers granted to the executive are intended to be a temporary necessity in response to an existential threat to the country. The "War on Terror" removes the "temporary" part, in effect creating a permanent military democracy in which the "democracy" part is slowly subsumed by the constant materiel and security demands of an ever-increasing military (and those who profit from it) ...
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