Tonight on Hannity & Colmes

The Iraqi parliament on Tuesday unanimously recommended that Saddam Hussein defy the United Nations' threats of "serious consequences" and reject the resolution demanding the readmission of weapons inspectors.

However, Saddam's elder son, Odai Saddam Hussein, earlier circulated a letter urging that Baghdad accept the U.N. resolution, with the provision that some of the inspectors be from Arab countries.

The apparent stage-management of the contradictory messages may be setting the scene for Saddam to accept the ultimatum by Friday's deadline as a show of graciousness, despite seeming opposition from his own people.

Empower America's Bill Bennett on if he thinks the Iraqi dictator could have a change of heart.

How many men and women will have to be put in harms way to stop Saddam? Colonel David Hackworth weighs in.

How much time should the U.S. give Iraq? Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Ohio reacts.

And there is a battle to control the Democratic Party… Who will come out on top? Rep. Harold Ford, Jr., D-Tenn will join the debate.

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