Despite the evidence we saw today from Colin Powell, I still think weapons inspections should be allowed to run their course before we think of doing anything in Iraq.

We should definitely have the support of a majority of the UN member states before we consider launching a military assault on anybody. As the most powerful nation in the world and as the largest member of the UN, we have a responsibility to live up to our obligations as a member of the United Nations.

We have the support of nearly two hundred countries in resolving this diplomatically. Seriously, EVERYBODY in the world has their eyes on Iraq right now. They’re not going to launch an attack of anyone while these inspections continue. Let’s let them continue until the UN is satisfied that the process has reached its natural conclusion, and then we’ll see where we’re at.

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