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Terrorism at George Bush's 2001 State of the Union Address Lately, President Bush gave his State of the Union Address to Congress. Throughout his address, he also makes a solid case for the further unification of America during these unpleasant times. He makes a very powerful argument for the retaliation of the activities committed against America. But when he talks of bringing the terrorists to justice, his argument falters. He's made a hasty judgement with minimal proof when he first started his debate. Bush also introduced a very powerful argument in support America's unification procedure. He discusses the American people and what he has already witnessed in previous weeks, such as the lighting of candles, the prayers of Americans, the outpouring of monetary support. He builds his case that America is good and what America is doing right now is good. He then proceeds to talk of each of the evils that the terrorist groups have dedicated, and how the Taliban hates and oppresses even its own people, "The Afghanistan people have been brutalized; many are starving and have fled. Girls aren't allowed to attend college. You can be arrested for owning a television. Religion can be practiced only as their leader's dictate. A man could be jailed that if his beard is too long." President Bush shares this info in an attempt to show exactly how bad the program in Afghanistan is. In so doing, it serves to point out the gaps between the Americans and people from Afghanistan. This argument is further strengthened by his explanation of how these people hate us simply because of our lifestyle. Their goal is to totally destroy the way that people live. Bush states, "They hate what we see right here in this chamber a democratically el...