Con to the question "Should the US Have Attacked Iraq?"
"Already some White House officials are suggesting that, in the build-up to war, they were simply making prudent estimates about Saddam's arsenal based on the best intelligence available, which, they say, admittedly looks poor in hindsight.
A real investigation would not let them off that easy. An independent commission should have the power to look beyond technical intelligence-gathering processes and examine questions about how the administration used and misused intelligence findings in its push for war."
"The WMD Blame Game," DemcracyUprising.com, Feb. 2, 2004