great point, Dwill. If we attack Iraq and topple Saddam's regime, the problem of black market CBW/WMDs will still exist. Our same allies are the ones responsible for supplying countries like India, Pakistan and Iraq with nuke and CBW equipment. France unsuccessfully tried to sell Iraq a nuclear reactor. Russia admits that it sells its former war stock on the black market and that it has not fully accounted for all its Cold War stocks. The sad thing is that we provide aid to these countries to resolve these problems yet they continue to screw it up. The problem of supply and demand will still be there when we march on Bagdad. I just hope that none of my fellow Army comrades have to die because of this mess. Korea has WMDs and has the will to use them which makes them strategicallly a bigger threat.