Between Iraq and a Hard Place Quotes

Condoleeza Rice: It's Saddam, he's gone to the bathroom.
George W. Bush: Does that constitute a material breach?
Condoleeza Rice: It depends what he has in there.

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John Bird: Yes and Tony Blair himself said, what matters is that we stand up and be counted.
John Fortune: Or in our case, fall down.
John Bird: Fall down and be counted, yes.

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[On Saddam Hussein]
Rory Bremner: But let's be clear. We're talking about a country where there's no opposition. As leader he can ignore Parliament and - sorry that's Tony Blair isn't it? Um, so he doesn't even have to ask the country before he goes to war - sorry that's still Tony Blair. No, the difference is Saddam rules Iraq through a combination of terror and brutality, backed up by a vicious regime of intimidation and torture - or is that David Blunkett? As absolute ruler Saddam recently claimed 100% victory in a Presidential Election.
John Fortune: Although that's not surprising, given that voters were accompanied into the booths by Saddam's Ba'ath party officials, and given a choice between voting for Saddam or voting for their wives and children to be killed, and their houses to be burnt down.
Peter Snow: And just a bit of fun, just a bit of fun, even small children were counted as supporters on the principal that you might as well throw in the baby with the Ba'ath voter. Ha ha.

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