It seems (for most of us, anyway) that the WMD question is resolved — Iraq had none. But other questions remain . . .
Was our intelligence bad? Or was our intelligence "messaged" by the Bush Administration in order to make its case to the American people?
Kenneth Pollack of the Brookings Institute (and author of "The Threatening Storm: The Case for Invading Iraq") examines this issue in this month’s Atlantic magazine. Highly recommended reading to all.[For those too busy to read it, Pollack answers BOTH questions in the affirmative, but has much more to say on the subject]