War on Iraq
Over the past couple decades Iraq's Dictator Saddam Hussein has grown to be a threat to the United States. Saddam was able to go undisturbed for the past four years because former president Clinton wanted nothing to do with Saddam. The last major incident that happened with Saddam was when he took over Kuwait, a small country that produces 20% of the world's oil, causing Desert Storm. During Desert Storm American and allied troops pushed Saddam's soldiers out of the Kuwait and still to this day have approximately 20,000 American soldiers protecting Kuwait's boarders. Saddam now threatens the United States by possibly having weapons of mass destruction. He openly denies having any weapons of mass destruction or faculties able to produce these weapons in a 12,000 page document and approved to let United Nations weapon inspectors to have unconditional access to all facilities to look for these weapons.
If the weapon inspectors find any weapons of mass destruction the United States should declare war on Iraq and remove Saddam from power.
The inspectors, whose job is to seek out and eliminate Iraq's nuclear, chemical, biological and ballistic weaponry, has been at the center of the dispute between Iraq and the United Nations. In 1998 United Nations weapon inspectors discovered that Saddam had imported thousands of pound of uranium, which was already refined for weapon use. The inspectors seized the uranium and destroyed the facilities along with over 40 missiles and documents. Shortly after this Iraqi leaders accused the weapon inspectors of being spies for the United States and were banned from further investigation of Saddams' palaces.
Saddam shocked the nation by allowing United Nations Weapon Inspectors back into his country with full access to all areas. The United States says that they have hard evidence that Saddam...