Sunday, June 25, 2006

WaPo: Never mind those WMDs, let's dwell on the past

In today's Washington Post, page 1 above the fold, is an article detailing the flawed intelligence about Iraq's WMD program and their use by the Bush administration as the casus belli for the invasion of Iraq.

In their article about 'Curveball', the codename for the Iraqi informant who supplied the bad intel about Saddam's mobile WMD labs, WaPo rehashes and vomits up yet again the intelligence failures that have been the bedrock of lefty journalism for the past three years.

This comes, of course, just days after it was reported that stockpiles of chemical weapons were in fact found in Iraq, which the Post opted to bury on page A10, with a slanted headline, numerous 'buts', and other qualifiers in an effort to discredit the find. bias there.

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