But Duelfer also supports Bush's argument that Saddam remained a threat. Interviews with the toppled leader and other former Iraqi officials made clear that Saddam had not lost his ambition to pursue weapons of mass destruction and hoped to revive his weapons program if U.N. sanctions were lifted, his report said.
'What is clear is that Saddam retained his notions of use of force, and had experiences that demonstrated the utility of WMD,' Duelfer told Congress.
The above text is also from the article. What is also known is that Saddam at one point had chemical weapons and used them on his people. It is also known that both Kerry and Edwards have repeatedly stated in the past that Saddam was an imminent threat and they too believed he had WMD.
Saddam violated more UN Sanctions than Bosnia. He killed more of his own civilians than Slobodan Milosovic. He stole from the UN Oil-for-Food program to build more palaces for himself, in turn it lead to the starvation deaths of roughly 5,000 children a month (that's 60,000 children a year for those of you struggling with math). And to top it off he continuously raped and tortured his civilians. Shame on Bush for ending Saddam's regime! Shame on him! And he did all of this without the UN's approval! Ooops, just like Bill Clinton did in Bosnia. But hey Bill Clinton was a lib so no one cared or protested then. Pffffffft
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