ISIS Argumentative Essay

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ISIS is a scourge upon the earth that must be dealt with, the world has sat idle for too long. In order to ensure a future for our children, ISIS must be stopped. The threat posed by ISIS is neither abstract nor confined to Iraq. Recently ISIS has grown more threatening, they have attacked paris, destroyed cities in the middle east, and sending threats to all major civilizations. Obama has been caught flat-footed by the rapid advance of ISIS extremists and is scrambling to reconcile conflicting objectives. He needs to insure our safety, first for the short term. Recent countermeasures aginst ISIS have proven beneficial. President Obama has recently said, "ISIL leaders cannot hide, and our next message to them is simple: You are next,". This shows our commitment to curing the world of this plague.
Small-scale attacks should be sufficient to slow the rapid growth, but they will not be able to hold them in the long run. These attacks need to be large enough to help, but small enough so that countries won’t think that America will solve this for them."Every day, we destroy as well more of ISIL's forces -- their fighting positions, bunkers, and staging areas; their heavy weapons, bomb-making factories, compounds and training camps," Obama said. "In many places, ISIL has lost its freedom of maneuver because they know if they mass
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ISIS is formidably armed with captured U.S. weapons, and its forces are led by highly trained officers who deserted Iraq's army in disgust with Maliki. It is rich with cash from captured oil, and its success is drawing a steady supply of fresh recruits, including Europeans and Americans. ISIS desires to attack the United States directly, and left unmolested it will acquire the means to do
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