Tonight on Hannity & Colmes

Both houses of Congress plan to open debate on the long-awaited resolution giving President Bush the latitude he wants to confront Saddam Hussein. But even if the United States is armed and ready to attack, should we wait for the go-ahead from the U.N.? House Majority Leader Dick Armey, (R-TX) says he has changed his mind on an Iraq attack. He’ll explain tonight.

And Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) on why he is opposed to attacking Iraq.

Plus, Reverend Al Sharpton will talk about his new book, Al on America. The book exposes his personal and national views and how he believes it would shape his decisions if he were in the White House.

Did you know 15 and of the 19 hijackers on 9/11 should not have been in the United States? A new investigation has revealed some shocking allegations about their visa applications. If the State Department denied some of their visas, could September 11 have been prevented? Joel Mowbray, syndicated columnist for The Washington Times has the details.

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