“You’ve got to understand there are some in this world that simply do not adhere to the ideals we believe in. In Iraq, they don’t put their hand over their heart and say, “Liberty and justice for all.” They don’t believe in liberty. The dictator who runs Iraq doesn’t believe in justice. He only believes in liberty and justice for those who he decides get liberty and justice.
There’s a lot of talk about Iraq on our TV screens, and there should be, because we’re trying to figure out how best to make the world a peaceful place. There’s an old saying in Tennessee — I know it’s in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can’t get fooled again. You’ve got to understand the nature of the regime we’re dealing with. This is a man who has delayed, denied, deceived the world. For the sake of liberty and justice for all, the United Nations Security Council must act, must act in way to hold this regime to account, must not be fooled, must be relevant to keep the peace.”[source]