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The United States has had military forces in Afghanistan to fight terrorism since 2001, in response to the 9/11 attacks. Thousands of Americans have been wounded or killed and billions of dollars have been spent in the war there. Unfortunately, the corruption in Afghanistan means we end up helping the Taliban instead of the Afghanistan troops. The money and lives being poured into the figurative Afghanistan bucket end up wasted because there hasn’t been much progress in Afghanistan and there never will be.
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