Chemical Weapons in Iraq

Unfortunately, my Wall Street Journal subscription is only to the print edition, so I can't link to the web article in today's paper. Here is an experpt:

David Kay, a former UN weapons inspector who is closely following the search, estimates there are about "400 priority sites." Some of them have never been inspected, he said, because the US worried that disclosing them to UN inspectors might also disclose intelligence sources and methods.

I heard this same line of reasoning often, before the war, and it was routinely rejected by liberals. I can't wait until they find all this stuff. I am sure you will see the blogosphere hold the naysayers accountable by linking to all the old posts of those who denied WMD existed.