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Monday, March 14, 2005
Yesterday's New York Times featured a fascinating story by James Glanz and William J. Broad on how Iraqi deputy minister of industry Sami al-Araji says that in the weeks after the invasion of Iraq there was widespread and systematic looting of machinery that could be used in the production of WMDS in Iraq.
Assuming this is true, this is more evidence that Team Bush was not as serious about eliminating the threat they said was posed by Iraqi WMDs, and they now say was posed by Iraqi WMD programs and materials that could be used to make WMDs, as they would like us to believe.