Tonight on Hannity & Colmes...
Coalition forces continued their northward dash through Iraq Monday, coming to within 50 miles of Baghdad. Meanwhile, Saddam Hussein appeared on television, promising "victory is soon."
The Army's 3rd Infantry Division approached the Shiite holy city of Karbala, only 50 miles south of the Iraqi capital, but was stalled by a sandstorm that blew out of the desert.
Joining the debate tonight:
Alexander Haig, former secretary of state
Al D'Amato, former New York senator
All five U.S. captives appeared terrified as they were thrust in front of an Iraqi TV microphone Sunday and peppered with questions. The footage also showed at least four bodies.
U.S. officials confirmed that 12 soldiers were missing after Iraqi forces ambushed an army supply convoy around An Nasiriyah, a major crossing point over the Euphrates northwest of Basra. Relatives in New Mexico and Kansas identified two of the soldiers. What is going through the minds of the brave soldiers being held captive? Former Air Force Captain Dale Storr will talk about what it was like when he was held as a POW by the Iraqis for 32 days.
And celebrities like Susan Sarandon and Martin Sheen have been very outspoken about their opposition to the war but other high-profile personalities who are decidedly pro-Bush haven't gotten the spotlight of media coverage.
Former senator and current Law & Order star Fred Thompson is just one of the growing number of well-known faces who say they support the president's stance on Iraq -- and want the American people to know not all celebs are against the administration. Thompson will join the show tonight.
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