Tonight on Hannity & Colmes...
The United States flatly rejected Tuesday a proposal by six undecided Security Council nations that the March 17 deadline for Iraq to comply with U.N. disarmament demands be extended for 45 days.
Cameroon Ambassador Martin Belinga-Eboutou announced early Tuesday that he and five other ambassadors from key council nations -- Mexico, Chile, Angola, Guinea and Pakistan -- would suggest the 45-day deadline extension -- along with the addition of benchmarks that Saddam Hussein would have to meet to avoid war.
But a U.S. official discounted the proposal. "It's not going anywhere; there's only one resolution on the table," the official said. Bill Bennett from Empower America joins the debate...
Is the American Jewish community to blame for the likely war with Iraq? That's what Virginia Democratic Congressman James Moran suggested in a speech last week. Moran was quoted as saying, "If it were not for the strong support of the Jewish community for this war with Iraq, we would not be doing this." Moran has since apologized, saying that, "I should not have singled out the Jewish community and regret giving the impression that its members are somehow responsible for the course of action being pursued by the administration or somehow behind an impending war." He apologized again today and said he's not going to resign.
Peter Fenn, Democratic strategist and Ed Meese, former attorney general react.
And three time Indy 500 winner, Bobby Unser joins the show and talks about his new book, Winners Are Driven: A Champion's Guide to Success in Business and Life
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