Before we kill thousands of innocent Iraqis and risk triggering massive retaliation, destabilization of the Middle East, and the legitimation of preemptive war, we should be damn sure we know what we're doing.
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The Bush administration's call for an abandonment of the Sixth Amendment, and its even more egregious insistence on using secret evidence, should be unequivocally rejected by Congress.
In the existing situation, given the nature and beliefs of the "enemy," we have no ability to deter an attack. Prevention, therefore, is essential.
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