Not Clearly Pro or Con to the question "Should the US Have Attacked Iraq?"
"...[C]learly there is a general consensus amongst anybody you talk to, regardless of their views on whether we should have got involved in Iraq in the first place, is that we're there and it's very important to move the reconstruction and the development process along as quickly as possible to show results and to provide support that's necessary and to create an environment that has the sort of situation on the ground, if you will, to move forward rather than stagnate."
Select Congressional Testimony: Senate Armed Services Committee, March 19, 2003; House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, June 21, 2005
Speaker at: the 1997 Department of Defense Procurement Conference, the 1997 Federal Bar Association Western Briefing Conference, the Irish Trade Board conference on "Doing Business With The U.S. Government" in Dublin, 1995
Producer: PBS series "Great Confrontations at the Oxford Union," syndicated "After the Handshake: The Israel/PLO Accords"