Scott Rosenberg reminds us how the war started:
“The imminence of the Iraqi threat that the Bush administration identified as its reason for invading Iraq now, rather than wait for further U.N. inspections to do their work, was a matter of “weapons of mass destruction.” Iraq, we were led to believe, was a teeming arsenal of chemical poisons and biological weapons, and was on the verge of developing nuclear capabilities. At any moment Saddam might hand over such weapons to terrorists so they could wreak havoc on the homeland. There was no time to waste.
So far, however, the war in Iraq has been remarkably free of usage, or even sightings, of “WMD.” ”
I hope the world never forgets this. And questions any WMD findings thoroughly.