Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Nuclear Force on Iran

 March 25, 2012

Dear Mr. President 

My name is Bobby. I am a student at Parkway West Middle. I am writing to you today to share my thoughts  about using nuclear force against Iran. I became interested  on this topic in August of 2011 when I first learned about Iran`s controversial nuclear program. I also became interest when I learned about Iran being involved with terrorist. 
Lately, Iran has been showing signs of a successful nuclear program that is capable of making a bomb. Many countries want to limit Iran or ban them from creating one. I believe if we attack their main nuclear complex in Isfahan with nuclear force, then their future plans would be destroyed. Iran would financially be unable to repair their program. Iran cannot be trusted, and by using lethal force against them, it would ensure the safety of millions of people in nearby countries. More importantly though, it would ensure the safety of millions of Americans. 
Also, Iran houses a large amount of terrorist. Iran holds two main terrorist groups called the Hamas and Hezbollah, along with some senior Al Qaeda officials. They are responsible for attacks on U.S. soldiers barracks and embassies. If we use lethal force, these terrorist groups would be out of the picture. In the end the world would encounter a decline in terrorism. 
Please Mr. President, I urge you to think about my proposition. This would ensure the safety of millions of innocent people all around the world. Iran has to be stopped before it is to late. 
I thank you for all you have done in leading our country. We are all proud of what you have accomplished in your presidency term. I believe together we can conquer the problem at hand. 

Lauren Kelly
Parkway West Middle
8th Grade Communication Arts

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