How do we deter terrorism?

Bill Whittle has captured the essence of the argument that is polarizing America. Read this excerpt and the full article and see which side you are on.

We both look at this:
And we both want to make sure that it – or worse – does not happen again.

We don’t want it to happen again.

We want to deter it from happening again.

And all of this rage and fury and spitting and tearing up of signs, all of these insults and spinmeisters and forgeries and all the rest, seem to come down to the fact that about half the country thinks you deter this sort of thing by being nice, while the other half thinks you deter this by being mean.

What do you think?

Do we deter terrorism by being nice, or by being mean?

I think we handle terrorism only by standing firm and bringing terrorists to justice, not by appeasing them.

Read the full article on Eject! Eject! Eject! and decide for yourselves.

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