In the Congressional District 6 debate last night, Republican Tom Tancredo reportedly said that a timetable was needed to withdraw from Iraq.
On the Congressman’s website however, you might find a different story. Or, at least you would if the web page was still up.
“This page is currently under construction” is the only message you can read on Tancredo’s Iraq page right now, but it used to say something quite different.
From the old page:
While it may be too soon to weigh the full impact of a democratic Iraq on the surrounding area, no one can deny the progress on security issues that has been made in the Middle East. Since the liberation, Libya announced in December of 2003 that it did in fact possess weapons of mass destruction, but that it would dismantle all WMDs and allow independent investigators unconditional access to verify their dismantling. In the Cedar Revolution, the Lebanese successfully forced Syrian soldiers out of their country after the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Egypt even voted to allow opposition parties to take part in the political process. It is in the interest of the United States that democracy breed more democracy