And as far as tge pro-agreement voices are concerned, they seems to come from a reasonably diverse group of commentators all of whom - by the way - stood opposed to the 2003 Iraqi invasion. So who has the street cred on this issue anyway? The question answers itself.
Raimondo on the content
Buchanan on American self-interest
Ron Paul on sanctions as an act of war and the ethics of non-interventionism
An independent progressives view from Eric Margolis
One more from Raimondo on how the neocons got it wrong once before.