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Wednesday, February 11, 2004
We know that Saddam had the capacity to produce weapons of mass destruction. He had the science and the technology he needed. We know that he had the necessary infrastructure because we found the labs and the dual-use facilities that could be used to produce chemical and biological agents...Precisely do "we" know "Saddam had the intent to arm his regime with weapons of mass destruction"? Cheney just asserts that this is the case. In some ways, the fact that Saddam had all the materials yet it does not appear had the WMDs in any form that he would them suggests that he was not intent on developing them again. What was Saddam supposed to be waiting for?
"I have made clear to all the policy of this nation: America will not permit terrorists and dangerous regimes to threaten us with the world's most deadly weapons," Bush said today.
"Gore is always a very good indicator of where the country isn't," says Andrew Sullivan.
Think about those.