UPDATE: Republican Congressman (and physician, and former Libertarian presidential candidate) Ron Paul's October 7, 2005, speech on the floor of the House, "Staying or Leaving." If you need a teaser:
Supporters of the war in Iraq, as well as some non-supporters, warn of the dangers if we leave. But isn’t it quite possible that these dangers are simply a consequence of having gone into Iraq in the first place, rather than a consequence of leaving? Isn’t it possible that staying only makes the situation worse? If chaos results after our departure, it’s because we occupied Iraq, not because we left.UPDATE: The Real Choice in Iraq by Zbigniew Brzezinski
UPDATE: Check out the Karen Kwiatkowski Archives, especially her piece on "Our Inscrutable Iraq Policy."
UPDATE: Chomsky: 'There Is No War on Terror'
UPDATE: Might the Arabs Have a Point? by Patrick J. Buchanan
UPDATE: USAID Paper Details Security Crisis in Iraq
UPDATE: Islamists gain ground from American push for Mideast democracy
UPDATE: "It Didn’t Work" -- William F. Buckley Jr.
UPDATE: Iraq through the prism of Vietnam -- Lt. Gen. William E. Odom, U.S. Army (Ret.) (NSA Director, 1985-88).
UPDATE: Stay the Course? What Course?