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Iraq and a hard place.

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Submitted by Glenn Klotz (United States), Aug 29, 2002 at 11:11

After much thought I agree with the people who argue that we should invade but I think that we must first get Congress to at least make a resolution in favor of such an action.

Saddam has violated the agreement he signed at the end of the Gulf War and under the rules of war we don't need to declare war again. However, Pres. Bush needs to get a tacit ok from the people's reps. to do this...
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