Facing clear evidence of peril, we cannot wait for the final proof, the smoking gun that could come in the form of a mushroom cloud. And we’ve passed three Security Council resolutions. See next articles See previous articles Site Navigation Site Mobile Navigation Advertisement Supported by U.S. | THREATS AND RESPONSES: THE PRESIDENT'S SPEECH THREATS AND RESPONSES: THE PRESIDENT'S SPEECH; Bush Sees 'Urgent And adding additional information is like adding a foot to Mount Everest."--White House spokesperson Ari Fleischer, Sept. 6, 2002"There's no deate in the world as to whether they have these weapons.
Business Tech Science Health Sports Education Obituaries Today's Paper Corrections Opinion Today's Opinion Op-Ed Columnists Editorials Contributing Writers Op-Ed Contributors Opinionator Letters Sunday Review Taking Note Room for Debate Public Editor Iraq could decide on any given day to provide a biological or chemical weapon to a terrorist group or individual terrorists. We have told them--and they are doing it--that they need to take more responsibility for their own reconstruction, for their own security costs, and they’re doing exactly that Source: CNBC interview He insisted that doing nothing ''is the riskiest of all options,'' and quoted John F.
It was then that the regime was forced to admit that it had produced more than 30,000 liters of anthrax and other deadly biological agents. It must cease the persecution of its civilian population. Iraq is a land rich in culture, resources, and talent. Later this week the United States Congress will vote on this matter.
Once again Mr. Since world war II, the US has had an answer to that question. The world has tried limited military strikes to destroy Iraq's weapons of mass destruction capabilities ... The President urged Congress to authorise him to wage war on Iraq before members rise to campaign for mid-term elections at the end of this week.
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And we’re going to have to pursue them and we’re going to have to defeat them. We just don’t think that’s the right thing to do. In addition to inspections and disarmament, he said, Mr. You must select a newsletter to subscribe to.
It has given shelter and support to terrorism and practices terror against its own people. And inspectors must have access to any site, at any time, without pre-clearance, without delay, without exceptions. While the president spoke to about 500 invited guests at the Museum Center in Cincinnati, thousands protested outside carrying signs like "George Bush is a terrorist" and "Regime change Wash. A: We understand the importance of Jerusalem to the great religions of the world, and we believe that this is something that must be settled in final status negotiations.
We will leave the makings of a failed state in Iraq like Afghanistan in the 1990s and it could become a base of operation for terrorists yet again. In other words, that the President hadn't been lying. They’ve passed two budgets. And through its inaction, the United States would resign itself to a future of fear.
The first President Bush said he had "no choice" but to attack, with 52% of Americans supporting such action. View all New York Times newsletters. That is the reason to do it.” Other than Rice, Bush said he didn’t need to ask the principal advisers whether they thought he should go to war. The Iraqi regime bugged hotel rooms and offices of inspectors to find where they were going next.
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And surveillance photos reveal that the regime is rebuilding facilities that it has used to produce chemical and biological weapons. There is no easy or risk-free course of action.