The good news is, I'm no longer cold.
The bad news is, I need another shower before class ;)
We must give, and have given, this policy with our allies and with the United Nations every opportunity to work. It is evident, however, that the cost in human lives in allowing this policy to continue is too great. In addition, and perhaps more importantly for the United States, we are now in a position of ignoring, as many did in the 1940s, one of the worst crimes committed in history. If we ignore these behaviors, no matter where they occur, our moral fiber as a people becomes weakened. As the Catholic Church and others lost credibility during the Holocaust for not speaking out, so will the United States lose credibility and our people lose confidence in themselves as moral beings if the United States does not take action.
A member of the Bush Administration on Iraq?
Nope. Howard Dean on Bosnia back in '95.
Funny little man.
ETA,A: Little Miss Minni and her buddy, Sport.