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December 6:

The war of words over Iraq continues to heat up. Now, Democratic National Committe chairman Howard Dean is comparing the war in Iraq to the Vietnam war. And Dean says the U.S. is not going to win the war in Iraq. The former presidential candidate made his comments on a San Antonio radio station yesterday. He also went on to say that "the idea that the United States is going to win the war in Iraq is just plain wrong."

Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman charges that Dean's statement "sends the wrong message to our troops, the enemy, and the Iraqi people."

Dean is also criticizing what he called President Bush's "permanent commitment to a failed strategy" and is calling for withdrawal from Iraq to "take the targets off our troops' back."

We'll debate Dean's words and his political strategy with radio talk show host and FNC contributor Michael Reagan.

Plus, as we've been saying it really could happen to you! We continue to follow a compelling eminent domain case in Florida. Tonight, we'll meet James Webb, from Citirise, one of the development partners involved in the case.

Also, we'll talk with author and former LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman about the Stanley Tookie Williams clemency case. California's governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is just two days away from the private clemency hearing. Will Tookie be executed one week from today?

And later, is the observance of Kwanzaa a platform for racial hatred? That's what the Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson is claiming. We'll find out why when he joins us this evening.

These stories and much more ... don't miss "Hannity & Colmes" tonight at 9 p.m. ET!

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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