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March 26, 2004 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-26

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Sen. Levin bashes Bush on Iraq
and seniors' drug coverage.

DON COHEN
Special to the Jewish News

I

'm not sure I'm going to be
able to weave it all together,"
said U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, D-
Mich., getting a laugh. He had
been asked by the B'nai B'rith Great
Lakes Region to address both the sit-
uation in Iraq and prescription drug
coverage for
American sen-
iors.
But the 150
persons who
came to the
West Bloomfield
JCC on March
21 found that
Levin believes
that Bush
administration
Sen. Carl Levin
policies were a
bitter pill to swal-
low on both fronts.
"It is obviously in our interest to
end our status as an occupying power
as soon as possible," said Levin, who
had recently returned from Iraq. The
security situation is "complex and
horrendous" and the "political chal-
lenge is equally great."
An immediate challenge comes
from a decision by the administra-
tion to hand over power to the Iraqis
by June 30, a timeframe Levin called
, "an artificial date we believe was set
for political reasons" given the
November elections.
"Who will select the government
that will take power on July 1 ?" asked
Levin, noting that we now must get
the Iraqi people to agree to new lead-
ers before elections are held. He said
it is key that the United Nations sup-
ports whatever entity is empowered.
"If not, then a Western nation is
creating a government for an Arab
nation," he said, calling that "a recipe
for civil war."
Obtaining U.N. and other needed
support will be a tall order because
we should have waited to go into
Iraq until we had support of the
international community," said
Levin. "We ended U.N. inspections
prematurely and offended allies in
the way we did it."
Levin explained his vote against

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