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Friday, September 15, 2006
By Dr. Steven Taylor

In the context of my post yesterday about the IAEA and the House Intelligence Committee, and why I am more prone to believe the UN in these matters than was once the case, I would note (from a post by Matthew Yglesias) this quote from Charles Krauthammer at an AEI event held on April 22, 2003:

DR. KRAUTHAMMER: Hans Blix had five months to find weapons. He found nothing. We’ve had five weeks. Come back to me in five months. If we haven’t found any, we will have a credibility problem.

Krauthammer was wrong about us finding the WMD, but correct about the credibility issue, even if he seems to have forgotten about this statement even as he argues for drastic action against Iran.

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