It has been reported today that in the US a report has been produced which has finally concluded that the threat from WMD's was exagerated by the Bush Administration. As the claim is from a left-of-centre organisation, however, the question of the credibility of their report must be extant http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/3378467.stm What's new in the Carnegie Institutes claim, however? In the UK that argument is old hat now. Blairs latest stance is that the war was fought as a humanitarian act, WMD's have become stale news. Whatever the reasons, it just seems that vested interests are producing any hypothesis and, to justify their arguments, plucking all kinds of nefarious facts seemingly from mid-air in justification of their particular stance. The fact is that the war has been fought and that we should now concentrate on reconciliation and rebuilding Iraq. The extensive soul searching and recriminations by the woolly liberals will achieve absolutely nothing other than to give free propoganda to the cause of the Islamic fundamentalists.