Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Where are the Weapons of Mass Destruction?

The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence wants to reopen a question on what it calls "postwar" intelligence that both Congress and the administration would prefer to remain closed -- whether Saddam Hussein had WMD in late 2002. Its chair, Rep. Peter Hoekstra, says that mounting evidence and testimony point to Saddam's possession of the banned weapons prior to the final UN debates on the invasion, and that untranslated documentation holds the answer

Captain's Quarters

It seems to me that there is a fair amount of evidence one could use to at least argue the possibility that Sadam did indeed have WMDs, and though I do not think that WMDs were the only, or even key reason to go to war (more I don't think that they should have been), the more investigation done into the matter the better as far as I can see. Especially if he did have the weapons, would be good to know where they are now wouldn't it?