If that's the case, why wasn't this a topic of discussion before 9/11 last year? I highly doubt that Iraq's mass-destruction capabilities are really that different then they were in 2000 or the first half of 2001. Obviously after the events of 9/11 our attention had to be focused elsewhere, but I really don't recall all this attention being paid towards Saddam before then.
If it's really that important to national security then why isn't it something that was done as soon as W. took office?
I just think we should complete all our objectives against binLaden and AlQeada first, before trying to start a new conflict on another front, and all the possible mid-east foreign policy problems that it will inevitably raise.
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