Attack Plan for Saddam Hussein and Iraqi Democracy

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Although Iraq-s rejection of renewed UN weapons inspections could strengthen President Bush-s argument against Saddam Hussein, is America ready for war? Is Iraq ready for democracy? Last weekend, Vice President Cheney and Secretaries Rumsfeld and Powell met with leading Iraqi dissident groups to reassure the international community that Saddam can be overthrown and replaced without plunging Iraq and the Middle East into continuing turmoil. But the Iraqi opposition is notoriously fragmented, and it-s unclear whether America-s past record gives it the credibility to hold them together. We hear more from the spokesman for Iraq-s leading opposition group, a former US ambassador to NATO, Pulitzer Prize-winning syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer and a former UN official for the Oil-for-Food Program in Iraq.
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Warren Olney