Slowly but surely, the evidence is starting to prove that Iraq had no weapons of mass destruction, which the Bush administration had proclaimed.
This evidence is apparently starting to be realized by several of the top people in the current administration. Secretary of State Colin Powell now readily admits that "it is very possible that Iraq had no WMDs." David Kay, the top U.S. inspector in Iraq who resigned Friday says, "All evidence supports Iraq had no WMDs. They do not exist."
The topper out of all this is Vice President Dick Cheney who in March 2003 said, "We believe he (Saddam) has, in fact, reconstituted nuclear weapons." Now Cheney says, "The jury is still out, but it doesn't look good." Cheney also stated recently that diplomacy should be exhausted at all costs before force in any conflict. Cheney should realize that this was not done prior to the invasion of Iraq.