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Time Magazine Sept 16 2002 Are We Ready For War Are we ready for war This is a question no one would have ever imagined saying about a year or two ago Now once again peace control is troubled by the evil forces Iraq led by Saddam Hussein is the center of the worlds attention Iraq has weapons too dangerous for its own good Because of those weapons and the man who controls them many nations if not all feel threatened Currently no one is at war no one deliberately wants war but by the flow of events that occurred recently it almost looks as if war is inevitable President Bush is left with the biggest decision of his presidency will he decide to declare war Well as much as Bush would like to take out Saddam Hussein he first has to convince the Congress that taking Saddam out is the right path A recent poll by the Pew Research Center showed that 64 of Americans supported the US military action to take out Saddam but 30 only favored to take actions without the support of allies The debate on Iraq is complicated After the September 11th incident the way that people think changed The Iraq issue also relates to the other axis of evil Iran and North Korea The question is that why would US just invade Iraq but not N Korea N Korea like Iraq has dangerous weapons in its arsenal Questioning this can also be taken to another step of if US invades Iraq should it also help the neighboring countries in the name of justice All this talk about war leads to an important question What does Saddam actually have We all know that he is a dangerous and evil man but to what extent do we know him is the question I believe we should ask ourselves It isnt a sure fact that Iraq has nuclear weapons like most
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