Neo-dems who have trouble sleeping because "Farenheit 9-11" hasn't opened yet may find this Clinton story interesting:
Clinton, who was interviewed Thursday, said he did not believe that Bush went to war in Iraq over oil or for imperialist reasons but out of a genuine belief that large quantities of weapons of mass destruction remained unaccounted for.
Noting that Bush had to be "reeling" in the wake of the attacks of September 11, 2001, Clinton said Bush's first priority was to keep al Qaeda and other terrorist networks from obtaining "chemical and biological weapons or small amounts of fissile material."
"That's why I supported the Iraq thing. There was a lot of stuff unaccounted for," Clinton said in reference to Iraq and the fact that U.N. weapons inspectors left the country in 1998.
This must've had the media machine in a Nomad-worthy meltdown:
Media is good. Media is perfect. Media is incapable of error. Bush is Republican. Bush is evil. Bush must be stopped. Iraq war started by Bush. Iraq war is evil. Iraq war is wrong. Clinton is Democrat. Clinton is good. Clinton created prosperity. Clinton says Iraq war is right. Clinton says Bush is right. Clinton agrees with Bush. Media is therefore in error. Media is incapable of error. Clinton says Bush is right. Media is therefore in error. Media is incapable of error. Clinton says Bush is right. Media is therefore in error. Media is incapable of error. Clinton sa^&@$ *$%## !@#44 $#@ @#% #$@
Unfortunately we can't beam them all into deep space so they can explode harmlessly. More's the pity.
Via Instapundit and Captain's Quarters