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Who's the enemy?

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Submitted by Diane M. Underhill (United States), Apr 30, 2002

Why won't President Bush identify militant Islam as our enemy? Is he trying to be non offensive to these maniacs? What is he so afraid of? The word 'terrorism' is too vague. At least he is taking action, which is what no President before him has done. All the attacks prior to 9/11 brought no retaliation, and looked what happened. They struck us harder than ever. It's time to call the true enemy what it is: Militant Islam. To hell with political correctness.
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