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Tonight on Hannity & Colmes:
• Sen. Joe Lieberman makes a campaign stop to tell us why he is the best Democrat for the job.
• Tonight is part three in our weeklong series that looks at Howard Dean, the man, before he became a national phenomenon. Stephen Terry, a former Dean adviser, joins us.
• With just five days to go until Iowa Democrats hold their pivotal caucuses, front-runner Howard Dean finds himself in a much tighter race. We'll get political analysis and assessment from Bob Beckel, Democratic strategist and Betsy Hart of Scripps Howard News Service.
• Democratic hopeful Rep. Dennis Kucinich (search) often criticizes U.S. policy in Iraq and has said that if elected president he would ask the American people to elect a Congress supportive of his plan, which would include paying reparations to victims of the war; paying for damage to the country; and paying for international peacekeepers to go to Iraq. Realistic or really wrong?
Medea Benjamin, the co-founder of Global Exchange (search), enters the debate.
• Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (search) blasts the Bush administration during a speech sponsored by the Center for American Progress. Was the Iraq war a "political product" marketed by the Bush administration to win elections? Or, is Sen. Kennedy the one 'marketing' in order to give his Party a platform during this Election Year?
Laura Ingraham, radio talk show host, and Susan Estrich, FNC political analyst, jump in.
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--The Associated Press contributed to this report
-All guests and topics subject to change