David Kay, who led the American effort to find banned weapons in Iraq, said Friday after stepping down from his post that he has concluded that Iraq had no stockpiles of chemical and biological weapons at the start of the war last year. In an interview with Reuters, Dr. Kay said he now thought that Iraq had illicit weapons at the end of the 1991 Persian Gulf war, but that the subsequent combination of United Nations inspections and Iraq's own decisions"got rid of them."
O-Kay... so, now. Tell us something we don't know. No nuclear capacity. No chemical weapons. No biological weapons. An army that was only a fraction of its 1991 size. No Al Qaeda ties.
After a while, repeating all this makes me feel like I'm a broken record. (I can get away with saying that because today's DJ's still use vinyl records to spin the latest dance music.)