But the question I meekly asked at the start of all this: If he has these giant arsenals of ricin, nerve gas, mustard gas and so on - why are we sending our soldiers in there to face these weapons face-first? We now know why. Because they wouldn't be. Boy, they sure showed me, hah?
Saddam wouldn't tell truthOh, by the way, I couldn't find Saddam's current status in my search.
WASHINGTON - The White House conceded yesterday that maybe Saddam Hussein didn't have weapons of mass destruction, but said he should have told the U.S. if he wanted to avoid an invasion.
"Saddam Hussein had every opportunity to help us understand his WMD programs, and if he had destroyed anything, to tell the world that he had destroyed them," national security adviser Condoleezza Rice told ABC's "Good Morning America."
"Instead, he remained secretive. He allowed the world to continue to wonder if he was sitting there with botulinum toxin and anthrax," she said.