"Most of all I find the WMD argument bogus from both sides," writes Roger L. Simon. We couldn't agree more:
Enough of this partisan palaver. Bush made a mistake in weighing so heavily on it, and his opponents are being disingenuous -- to put it mildly -- in continually him attacking him on this issue. We all knew there was much more to it than that. Besides, the issue has been rendered irrelevant by (among many others) Pakistani scientist A. Q. Khan. To put it directly, WMDs of all sorts are already for sale all over the globe. Stopping them is going to take a herculean effort -- and they will never be stopped until totalitarian regimes like Iraq, Iran and North Korea are gone.