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NPR National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson reports that President Bush says he's considering an precedent-setting invasion of Iraq to knock out Saddam Hussein. But there's little argument in the halls of Congress over a march on Baghdad, and some leaders worry that's keeping the public uninformed about what could be a trecherous and long-term military entanglement.

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