Do you think that the U.S. has the right to invade another country to change the structure of it's government? Should the U.S. be involved in the establishment of a new government in Iraq if Iraqi's don't want them to be? Can anyone explain for me what the issues are between the Shiites and Kurds? Did anyone else notice that electricity in Iraq was restored to the oil fields first before it was to the citizens in the cities? Should we be concerned about the fact that Iraqi children with physical ailments that have nothing to do with war injuries are being flown to the U.S. to receive specialized and expensive medical treatment when there are American children who might not get the same treatment because their families don't have affordable health benefits? Millions of U.S. dollars have been found by the military hidden in various places in Iraq. Who does it belong to, the U.S. or the Iraqi citizens to help rebuild their infrastructure? Where do you think this money will end up? Does Israel stand to gain anything from the U.S. military aggression in the Middle East? Now, suddenly after 40 years of leading the Palenstinians, it appears that Arafat is now being challenged. Isn't the timing sort of ironic that it's coinciding with what's happening in Iraq? How do you think this situation will ultimately turn out not only in Iraq, but in the Middle East?