We say that we care about the war, but we don't even really know what we're fighting for.
We are the ones responsible to determine whether the war that our marines, soldiers and airmen are fighting in is worth the cause.
has not been demonstrated to pose a threat worthy of war at this time.
This refusal ... in effect means we cannot carry out our inspection and is a failure of Iraq to comply with its obligations.
It has been estimated that 80 percent of the oil illegally smuggled out of Iraq under 'oil for food' ended up in the United States
we can't go to war based on ignorance.
I know that inspections did work, ... We achieved a 90 to 95 percent level of verified, absolutely certain accountability for Iraq's weapons program.
We had the information. We had the goods on the Iraqis, clear and irrefutable evidence of Iraq's prohibited activities. We caught them red-handed.
There has been no case made -- based on anything other than speculation -- that Iraq poses a threat.
Iraq has not been disarmed 100 percent (but) in terms of what they (Iraqis) have accomplished there are no meaningful weapons or weapons production capability in Iraq today.
I have a credibility on the subject that most people don't.
If people don't like the history, I'm sorry.
It is a pro-U.N. movie. It's a pro-American movie. It's a pro-American movie. It's a movie people should be watching and not denigrating.
Sanctions aren't about weapons of mass destruction. People need to understand that.
The Iraqi people are some of the warmest people you'll meet in your life. They are extremely receptive to strangers. Their hospitality is immense.