In an effort to put an end to this 'Bush lied, people died' noise that for some reason, will not die itself, I present to you today, the tale of one David Kay, former Senior U.S. Weapons inspector. As the article states, in January of 2004, Mr. Kay told the US Congress that we were 'almost all wrong' in the belief that Saddam Hussein had WMDs in Iraq.
Strangely, however, six months prior, Mr. Kay stated, in a public interview with Tom Brokaw, that he was positive that Saddam Hussein had stashes of banned weapons in Iraq.
So, Mr. Kay, which is it? Who supplied the President, Congress, and anyone else who asked with the intelligence about Saddam's weapons programs? Was the intelligence faulty? If it was, WHO'S FAULT IS IT? The guy who presented the evidence to the American people as a basis for a war, or the guy who said the intelligence was good, and a basis to go to war?
Kay lied, now the lefties will cry?