Might want to start making a list now of every news outlet and politician sharpening their knives on the WMD issue. If this is true, there will be much to dish back.
Here's what I'm hearing. Take it with a grain of salt:
The Bush administration is very confident that it will be vindicated on the WMD front--because it already has the evidence. The word is that David Kay has told Congress that he has a very solid case on Iraq's bio-weapons program, with evidence wending its way through a confirmation process as we speak.
Also according to Kay's congressional briefing, he will have a good case on other weapons programs as well.
We should hear more in September, and it will vindicate those-i.e., nearly everyone--who said Iraq had active WMD programs. For what it's worth...
Thanks to National Review Online, see 5:28 p.m. on 6 August.