April 18, 2003

SPEAKING OF the coalition's failure

SPEAKING OF the coalition's failure to locate weapons of mass destruction (well, I wasn't, but I guess someone is, somewhere) David Nieporent makes an excellent point:

I thought the UN was going to need months to finish their inspections. So how come the U.S. was supposed to find them in three weeks -- especially when preoccupied with other matters in that time period, such as winning a war?

That's a subject these people might discuss the next time they, er, "miss" their train.

(Train link via Nigel Kearney.)

Posted by Tim Blair at April 18, 2003 03:53 PM