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who are the representatives who supported the Iraq invasion?

who are the representatives that supported the iraq invasion? the countries are Britain, Spain, Austraila, and Poland. i have looked all over the intrernet and i cannot for the life of me find their names! could you guys help please???

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  • Corey
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    1 decade ago
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    1. Joseph Wilson

    2. Nancy Pelosi

    4. President Bill Clinton

    5. Howard Dean

    8. Wesley Clark

    12. Madeleine Albright

    13. Sandy Berger

    14. James P. Rubin

    15. (signers of a petition urging President Clinton to launch missile attacks, at least, at Iraq so that Saddam will comply with sanctions)

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    Carl Levin

    Frank R. Lautenberg

    Dick Lugar

    Kit Bond

    Jon Kyl

    Chris Dodd

    John McCain

    Kay Bailey Hutchison

    Alfonse D'Amato

    Bob Kerrey

    Pete V. Domenici

    Dianne Feinstein

    Barbara A. Mikulski

    Thomas Daschle

    John Breaux

    Tim Johnson

    Daniel K. Inouye

    Arlen Specter

    James Inhofe

    Strom Thurmond

    Mary L. Landrieu

    Wendell Ford

    Chuck Grassley

    Jesse Helms

    Rick Santorum

    16. Al Gore

    17. Robert C. Byrd

    18. Dr. Hans Blix

    19. Dr. Khidhir Hamza

    20. President Bush

    21. Colin Powell

    22. The 2000 + 2004 Presidential Administrations

    23. Senator John D. Rockefeller

    24. (signers of a petition written to President Bush, asking him to please remove Saddam from power for reasons of national security)

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    Congressman Harold Ford (Democrat, Tennessee)

    Senator Bob Graham (Democrat, Florida)

    Congressman Tom Lantos (Democrat, California)

    Senator Joseph Lieberman (Democrat, Connecticut)

    Senator Sam Brownback (Republican, Kansas)

    Senator Jesse Helms (Republican, North Carolina)

    Congressman Henry Hyde (Republican, Illinois)

    Senator Trent Lott (Republican, Mississippi)

    Senator John McCain (Republican, Arizona)

    Senator Richard Shelby (Republican, Alabama)

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    US Senators who voted YES to authorize the use of United States Armed Forces against Iraq:

    Allard, Wayne (R-CO)

    Allen, George (R-VA)

    Baucus, Max (D-MT)

    Bayh, Evan (D-IN)

    Bennett, Robert (R-UT)

    Biden, Joseph (D-DE)

    Bond, Christopher (R-MO)

    Breaux, John (D-LA)

    Brownback, Sam (R-KS)

    Bunning, Jim (R-KY)

    Burns, Conrad (R-MT)

    Campbell, Ben (R-CO)

    Cantwell, Maria (D-WA)

    Carnahan, Jean (D-MO)

    Carper, Thomas (D-DE)

    Cleland, Max (D-GA)

    Clinton, Hillary (D-NY)

    Cochran, Thad (R-MS)

    Collins, Susan (R-ME)

    Craig, Larry (R-ID)

    Crapo, Michael (R-ID)

    Daschle, Tom (D-SD)

    DeWine, Mike (R-OH)

    Dodd, Christopher (D-CT)

    Domenici, Pete (R-NM)

    Dorgan, Byron (D-ND)

    Edwards, John (D-NC)

    Ensign, John (R-NV)

    Enzi, Michael (R-WY)

    Feinstein, Dianne (D-CA)

    Fitzgerald, Peter (R-IL)

    Frist, Bill (R-TN)

    Gramm, Phil (R-TX)

    Grassley, Chuck (R-IA)

    Gregg, Judd (R-NH)

    Hagel, Chuck (R-NE)

    Harkin, Tom (D-IA)

    Hatch, Orrin (R-UT)

    Helms, Jesse (R-NC)

    Hollings, Ernest (D-SC)

    Hutchinson, Tim (R-AR)

    Hutchison, Kay (R-TX)

    Inhofe, James (R-OK)

    Johnson, Tim (D-SD)

    Kerry, John (D-MA)

    Kohl, Herb (D-WI)

    Kyl, Jon (R-AZ)

    Landrieu, Mary (D-LA)

    Lieberman, Joseph (D-CT)

    Lincoln, Blanche (D-AR)

    Lott, Trent (R-MS)

    Lugar, Richard (R-IN)

    McCain, John (R-AZ)

    McConnell, Mitch (R-KY)

    Miller, Zell (D-GA)

    Murkowski, Lisa (R-AK)

    Nelson, Bill (D-FL)

    Nelson, Ben (D-NE)

    Nickles, Don (R-OK)

    Reid, Harry (D-NV)

    Roberts, Pat (R-KS)

    Rockefeller, John (D-WV)

    Santorum, Rick (R-PA)

    Schumer, Charles (D-NY)

    Sessions, Jeff (R-AL)

    Shelby, Richard (R-AL)

    Smith, Robert (R-NH)

    Smith, Gordon (R-OR)

    Snowe, Olympia (R-ME)

    Specter, Arlen (R-PA)

    Stevens, Ted (R-AK)

    Thomas, Craig (R-WY)

    Thompson, Fred (R-TN)

    Thurmond, Strom (R-SC)

    Torricelli, Robert (D-NJ)

    Voinovich, George (R-OH)

    Warner, John (R-VA)

    US Congressional Representatives who voted YES to authorize the use of United States Armed Forces against Iraq:

    Ackerman

    Aderholt

    Akin

    Andrews

    Armey

    Bachus

    Baker

    Ballenger

    Barcia

    Barr

    Bartlett

    Barton

    Bass

    Bentsen

    Bereuter

    Berkley

    Berman

    Berry

    Biggert

    Bilirakis

    Bishop

    Blagojevich

    Blunt

    Boehlert

    Boehner

    Bonilla

    Bono

    Boozman

    Borski

    Boswell

    Boucher

    Boyd

    Brady (TX)

    Brown (SC)

    Bryant

    Burr

    Burton

    Buyer

    Callahan

    Calvert

    Camp

    Cannon

    Cantor

    Capito

    Carson (OK)

    Castle

    Chabot

    Chambliss

    Clement

    Coble

    Collins

    Combest

    Cooksey

    Cox

    Cramer

    Crane

    Crenshaw

    Crowley

    Cubin

    Culberson

    Cunningham

    Davis (FL)

    Davis, Jo Ann

    Davis, Tom

    Deal

    DeLay

    DeMint

    Deutsch

    Diaz-Balart

    *****

    Dooley

    Doolittle

    Dreier

    Dunn

    Edwards

    Ehlers

    Ehrlich

    Emerson

    Engel

    English

    Etheridge

    Everett

    Ferguson

    Flake

    Fletcher

    Foley

    Forbes

    Ford

    Fossella

    Frelinghuysen

    Frost

    Gallegly

    Ganske

    Gekas

    Gephardt

    Gibbons

    Gilchrest

    Gillmor

    Gilman

    Goode

    Goodlatte

    Gordon

    Goss

    Graham

    Granger

    Graves

    Green (TX)

    Green (WI)

    Greenwood

    Grucci

    Gutknecht

    Hall (TX)

    Hansen

    Harman

    Hart

    Hastert

    Hastings (WA)

    Hayes

    Hayworth

    Hefley

    Herger

    Hill

    Hilleary

    Hobson

    Hoeffel

    Hoekstra

    Holden

    Horn

    Hoyer

    Hulshof

    Hunter

    Hyde

    Isakson

    Israel

    Issa

    Istook

    Jefferson

    Jenkins

    John

    Johnson (CT)

    Johnson (IL)

    Johnson, Sam

    Jones (NC)

    Kanjorski

    Keller

    Kelly

    Kennedy (MN)

    Kennedy (RI)

    Kerns

    Kind (WI)

    King (NY)

    Kingston

    Kirk

    Knollenberg

    Kolbe

    LaHood

    Lampson

    Lantos

    Latham

    LaTourette

    Lewis (CA)

    Lewis (KY)

    Linder

    LoBiondo

    Lowey

    Lucas (KY)

    Lucas (OK)

    Luther

    Lynch

    Maloney (NY)

    Manzullo

    Markey

    Mascara

    Matheson

    McCarthy (NY)

    McCrery

    McHugh

    McInnis

    McIntyre

    McKeon

    McNulty

    Meehan

    Mica

    Miller, Dan

    Miller, Gary

    Miller, Jeff

    Moore

    Moran (KS)

    Murtha

    Myrick

    Nethercutt

    Ney

    Northup

    Norwood

    Nussle

    Osborne

    Ose

    Otter

    Oxley

    Pascrell

    Pence

    Peterson (MN)

    Peterson (PA)

    Petri

    Phelps

    Pickering

    Pitts

    Platts

    Pombo

    Pomeroy

    Portman

    Pryce (OH)

    Putnam

    Quinn

    Radanovich

    Ramstad

    Regula

    Rehberg

    Reynolds

    Riley

    Roemer

    Rogers (KY)

    Rogers (MI)

    Rohrabacher

    Ros-Lehtinen

    Ross

    Rothman

    Royce

    Ryan (WI)

    Ryun (KS)

    Sandlin

    Saxton

    Schaffer

    Schiff

    Schrock

    Sensenbrenner

    Sessions

    Shadegg

    Shaw

    Shays

    Sherman

    Sherwood

    Shimkus

    Shows

    Shuster

    Simmons

    Simpson

    Skeen

    Skelton

    Smith (MI)

    Smith (NJ)

    Smith (TX)

    Smith (WA)

    Souder

    Spratt

    Stearns

    Stenholm

    Sullivan

    Sununu

    Sweeney

    Tancredo

    Tanner

    Tauscher

    Tauzin

    Taylor (MS)

    Taylor (NC)

    Terry

    Thomas

    Thornberry

    Thune

    Thurman

    Tiahrt

    Tiberi

    Toomey

    Turner

    Upton

    Vitter

    Walden

    Walsh

    Wamp

    Watkins (OK)

    Watts (OK)

    Waxman

    Weiner

    Weldon (FL)

    Weldon (PA)

    Weller

    Wexler

    Whitfield

    Wicker

    Wilson (NM)

    Wilson (SC)

    Wolf

    Wynn

    Young (AK)

    Young (FL)

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    Joint Resolution authorizing military force in Iraq:

    http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/middle_east/july-de...

    President Clinton's 'Iraq Liberation Act of 1998' bill:

    http://www.iraqwatch.org/government/us/legislation...

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    Countries who support "Operation Iraqi Freedom" ; named the 'Coalition of the Willing' -

    Afghanistan

    Albania

    Angola

    Australia

    Azerbaijan

    Bulgaria

    Colombia

    Czech Republic

    Denmark

    Dominican Republic

    El Salvador

    Eritrea

    Estonia

    Ethiopia

    Georgia

    Honduras

    Hungary

    Iceland

    Italy

    Japan

    Kuwait

    Latvia

    Lithuania

    Macedonia

    Marshall Islands

    Micronesia

    Mongolia

    Netherlands

    Nicaragua

    Palau

    Panama

    Philippines

    Poland

    Portugal

    Romania

    Rwanda

    Singapore

    Slovakia

    Solomon Islands

    South Korea

    Spain

    Tonga

    Turkey

    Uganda

    Ukraine

    United Kingdom

    [ United Nations ]

    United States

    Uzbekistan

    > The population of Coalition countries is approximately 1.23 billion people

    > Coalition countries have a combined GDP of approximately $22 trillion

    > Every major race, religion, ethnicity in the world is represented

    > The Coalition includes nations from every continent on the globe

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    Active troops in Iraq as of February 2007:

    United States: 250,000 invasion--173,000 expected as of 7/07

    United Kingdom: 45,000 invasion--7,100 current (2/07)

    South Korea: 3,300 invasion--2,300 current (2/07)

    Poland: 194 invasion--2,500 peak--900 current (2/07)

    Australia: 2,000 invasion--550 current (2/07)

    Romania: 600 current (2/07)

    Denmark: 460 current (2/07)(deployed 7/03)

    Georgia: 500 invasion--900 current (2/07)

    El Salvador: 380 troops (2/07)

    Czech Republic: 300 peak--99 current (2/07)

    Azerbaijan: 150 troops (2/07)

    Latvia: 136 peak--125 current (2/07)(deployed 4/04)

    Mongolia: 131 troops--160 current (2/07)

    Albania: 120 troops (2/07)

    Lithuania: 53 troops (2/07)

    Armenia: 46 current (2/07)

    Bosnia and Herzegovina: 36 troops (2/07)

    Estonia: 35 current (2/07)

    Macedonia: 40 troops (2/07)

    Kazakhstan: 27 troops (2/07)

    Moldova: 24 invasion--11 current (2/07)

    Netherlands : 1,345 troops 15 current (2/07)

    Bulgaria : 462 troops 155 current (2/07)

    Slovakia: 103 troops 103 current (2/07)

    Slovenia: 4 current (2/07)

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    http://www.iraqwatch.org/government/index.html

    http://www.freedomagenda.com/iraq/wmd_quotes.html

    http://www.iraqwatch.org/government/us/legislation...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Coalition_of_th...

    http://www.whitehouse.gov/infocus/iraq/news/200303...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multinational_force_i...

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I wish I had the answer to this great question. You can probably get some insight by finding a copy of the PNAC document, since there was a plan to invade Iraq (again) back in the late 90's.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Don't know the answer, but you might be able to

    Google the Congressional Record from 1991

    and 2003, also do a Yahoo search on the same thing. That should help!!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    They are the same Democrats who are claiming that the war is illegal.

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