David Kay testified that there may always be "unresolvable ambiguity" about WMDs in Iraq "because of the severe looting that occurred in Iraq immediately after the U.S.-led invasion and the U.S. military's failure to control it." He suspects that "Iraqis probably took advantage of that period of chaos to get rid of any evidence of weapons programs."
Doesn't anybody in the Pentagon read the memos? First find the weapons, then let the country get mired in ugly and costly civil unrest. If they've heard it once, they've heard it a million times. . . .