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Financial, Emotional....

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Submitted by John (United States), Apr 21, 2006 at 13:55

There is no denying that the terrorist attack has hurt us badly. It's not just the physical that you say, it is also financial. Our economy has gone down as a result. We have ignored funding for domestic issues that help our citizens. Spending this money, billions, on war instead. Mentally yes, we have lost. Emotionally too. It's not a good thing. There is no truth in saying that America has become stronger, that we are more united as a nation. Those are nonsense, just grieving words.

Jean
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