Vote for unprovoked war

What many consider a violation of international law George W. Bush aims to make a campaign virtue. In his reelection bid, Bush (and a gaggle of Republicans up for reelection) will tout the "doctrine of preemption" as a visionary policy for safeguaring the US from terrorists. Democrats, understandably, aren't impressed. Said Howard Dean, the doctrine isn't hugely successful: "The first time we used the preemption policy, it got us into an enormous amount of trouble."

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