Nightline: Iraq: Why Stay? #780690
ABC Special for Thursday, Jan 27, 2005
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A live town meeting hosted by Ted Koppel (ABC) re: issues related to the ongoing US military presence in Iraq, including the participation of Rep. Jan Schakowsky, slain US soldier’s mother Cindy Sheehan, slain US soldier’s widow Stacy Samis, US Marine Corps Captain Dan Wiggins, Rep. Marty Meehan, Sen. George Allen, American Enterprise Institute Resident Fellow Richard Perle, former US Ambassador to Iraq Joseph Wilson, France Ambassador to the US Jean-David Levitte, former US soldier David Chastain, former Army Vice Chief of Staff retired General Jack Keane, former Coalition Provisional Authority spokesman Dan Senor, US soldier’s mother Kate Allen, US Army Sergeant Victoria Criswell, US Army Sergeant Shawn Murphy, Virginia National Guardsman Daryl Pluto, Major Mark Winetraub, Vietnam Veterans America Foundation Chairman Bobby Muller, Devin Haney of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr., and unidentified others. Taped excerpts of statements by Sen. Ted Kennedy and the unidentified father of a slain US Marine.
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