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Argument: Republicans are willing to sacrifice liberties for security

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"Why am I a Republican?" Early Riser. February 7th, 2006: "I wish I didn't have to get searched at airports and I wish overseas telephone conversations were not at risk of being wiretapped. Higher security, however, comes with a price and to believe otherwise is simply naive. I believe most Americans understand that civil liberties are being encroached upon in the name of national security. I also believe that most Americans are OK with the methods and motives currently employed by the Bush administration."

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