An Essay About Iraq and Saddam Hussein
Thanks 21 October, 2002
We all have been worried about questions that handle Iraq such as for example 'is war necessary,' 'is war unavoidable,' 'what risk does Saddam Hussein pose?' etc. I am discussing these queries, and the answers that panelists at an Iraq Discussion board gave. Before we start off discussing these questions, why don't we answer fully the question 'what happen to be we fighting for if whenever we are discussing if we ought to have battle with Iraq?' According to George Bush we want to completely eradicate terrorism, but relating to Arun Gandhi we want to achieve nonviolence. Different persons have different opinions about the response to this question. I feel that by going to battle with Iraq we want to change Iraq and the complete Middle East into democracy, also to make it a part of today's world.
I want to introduce the panelists at an Iraq Discussion board placed at Naperville, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, structured by the Naperville League of Ladies Voters. Jane Barnes, current English instructor at North Central College or university and Elgin Community College, held the positioning of devil's advocate. The other three panelists had been Tom Cordaro- Justice & Outreach Minister at St. Margaret and Mary parish in Naperville, Illinois, -Brian Endless-Vice president of UNA and Executive Director of AMUN, -and Stephanie Downs Hughes, president of the Naperville League of Women Voters.
Now let's talk about the question 'Is battle with Iraq unavoidable?' According to Tom Cordaro, the next 4 'decisions'