Now, as the war in Iraq seems to be coming to a close, there looms a debate as to who should be included in the \"rebuilding\" process. The \"weasel\" countries who so adamantly opposed the removal of Saddam Hussein and his henchmen, did so because of their financial interests in Iraq, with little thought of the danger to America and Americans or others who could be affected by this brutal dictatorship and his pursuit of regional dominance. Now, they seem to be making another \"financial\" decision to try to force themselves into the rebuilding process, which will mean contracts and influence that they did nothing to deserve. The President of the United States, George W. Bush, appears to be in favor of allowing these contemptable governments to partake of profits that might be generated in the rebuilding process. We strongly object! Only the Coalition Partners should be involved in the rebuilding, to the extent that they choose to be, with the major portion of any benefit derived from this undertaking going to those who gave the most, both in dollars and lives. The UN and it\'s major self serving allies, which include France, Germany, Russia, and China, should be excluded from all decision making genre, and the UN should be allowed in ONLY for humanitarian needs, such as food distribution and the like, with NO say in the development of the New Iraqi Government. We urge this position in the interests of America and it\'s Coalition Partners.