Causal Argument

Causal Argument

We as a nation have finally called Saddam Hussein?s bluff, and are currently attacking Iraq on all fronts: covert operations from the north, a more standardized ground warfare from the south, and bombings of major cities and palaces throughout the country. Secretary of State Colin Powell and President George W. Bush have been pleading their case to the United Nations for several months, hoping to ease political tensions in regards to our nation?s goal of removing Saddam Hussein from power and ultimately disarming Iraq of their weapons of mass destruction.
Major television networks are flooding our screens with video footage of missiles striking Iraqi targets, shattering Presidential Palaces, and bombarding Iraqi military positions. Iraq is responding to the Coalition offensive strikes as best it can; Saddam is encouraging his troops to fight vigilantly, that Iraq is positioned to successfully repel the Coalition forces. Of course our nation, with the help of other Coalition forces, is overpowering Saddam?s military and are accomplishing its military initiatives without much resistance from the opposition. Iraq, however, is using the Aljazeer network to broadcast footage of American Prisoners of War being tortured and killed to inspire its people to stay committed to

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