War isn’t the Answer, its the Solution.

Everyone either believes that war is the answer or it isn’t the answer. I do not believe in both of the statements. War in some problems is the solution. Why solution you may ask, its like a math problem with an answer for 2+2 there is only one correct answer and as we all know it is 4. Lets compare the definitions of these two most used words.

Solution – the act of solving a problem, question.

Answer – a correct response to a question asked to test one’s knowledge.

Definitions Provided By:http://dictionary.reference.com/
Your first thought is, they have the same meaning but once you look into the definition you comprehend they are totally different. Solution “the act of solving” and Answer “a correct response”. After saying that don’t get me wrong War inst the solution to everything, in no means is that what I mean. War is something that we shouldn’t chicken out of or drop out when the job isn’t even completed. I believe we do need to gradually withdraw our troops from Iraq. I do believe we need to progress a little faster than we currently are doing. We do need to send more troops over there and it will end up actually speeding up the process of withdraw. I believe that war can sometimes not be the solution, lets say for example Russia decides they want to make a tv show just making fun of every American possible and act stupid, in all means that is absolutely no reason for a war. This is just my two cents, feel free to leave your input. Constructive Criticism is certainly welcome.

Your Fellow American,



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