Sometimes people are so consumed by refusing to see the facts and the truth that they do not comprehend the truth staring them in the face.
Recent letters that criticize the Bush administration are based on facts. I don't think anyone could disagree that David Kay, the chief weapons inspector in iraq before his resignation, stated that Iraq had no WMDs. He also said that the U.S. intelligence agencies were responsible for telling the president that there were WMDs in iraq.
What I find odd about the matter is that the Bush administration questioned the intelligence agencies after the tragedy of September 11. They created special investigative committees to find out what the CIA and FBI knew. Then prior to the invasion of Iraq, the Bush administration believed everything that these agencies told them. They didn't ask any questions about if the facts were true or not; they believed them and based on this belief, the Bush administration agreed to invade Iraq based on a lie.