October 03, 2003

Partisanship Test of the Day

If one is one side of the Iraq War question, one will highlight this:

David Kay, the chief inspector named by George J. Tenet, the director of central intelligence, to coordinate the weapons hunt, testified in a series of closed-door briefings that "we have not yet found stocks of weapons."

However, if one is on the other side of the Iraq War question, one will highlight this:

Dr. Kay testified that the Iraq Survey Group, the weapons hunting team he leads, had discovered evidence of equipment and activities that were never declared to United Nations inspectors in the years before the war, according to the statement. He said his team had found signs of research and development involving biological warfare agents, signs that Baghdad had explored the possibility of chemical weapons production in recent years and signs that Mr. Hussein retained an interest in acquiring nuclear weapons.

Astute readers can, I think, decide which side is which.

Source: No Illicit Arms Found in Iraq, U.S. Inspector Tells Congress

Posted by Steven Taylor at October 3, 2003 08:14 AM | TrackBack
Comments

As far as I'm concerned, Bush is vindicated. The Dems ridiculous claim that Iraq was not an imminent enough threat to invade is proof that they themselves are becoming a serious threat to our national security. Do they need a freaking videotape of Saddam making anthrax in his bedroom or something? Geeze.

Posted by: d-rod at October 3, 2003 12:58 PM

It's good enough for me. To (not quite exactly) quote Tim Blair, "He had 'em, he used 'em, he liked 'em, and he wanted more of 'em."

Posted by: Meezer at October 3, 2003 01:58 PM
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