The voters have too strong a streak of common sense to believe that Hussein had WMDs in 1998, then got rid of the weapons on the quiet just so America could invade Iraq and oust him from power.
"I think the nation's credibility is on the line," Levin told NBC, as he added that Bush' credibility is on the line, too.
What about the naysayers' credibility? They were wrong on the quagmire. They were wrong on the artifacts. They'll be proven wrong on WMDs.
Worst of all, they shouldn't appear triumphant in the military's failure to find these weapons thus far. They should be afraid.
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