I'm not an anti-war nut ... but ... I still believe that GW misled the world when he decided to invade Iraq.
As far as the article you quoted, read the article a little closer before you get on the 'anti-Bush nuts are wrong' bandwagon.
The article said the following and I
All of the rest of this article was political spin.
Since 2003, coalition forces have recovered approximately 500 weapons munitions which contain degraded mustard or sarin nerve agent.
Where has GW's pre-invasion statements been proven valid ... 'huge chemical weapon stockpile', 'large chemical production program', and on and on and on??????? The ONLY
thing which this disclosure has done has been to show that Saddam DID NOT
have a huge stockpile or a production system in place at the time of the invasion. If he had, our forces would have found a hell of a lot more weapons. As a matter of fact, the independent weapons inspectors reports stated that everything they were able to uncover prior to the invasion led them to believe that there was NO STOCKPILE
(and) NO ACTIVE CHEMICAL PROGRAMS
in Iraq at the time of the invasion. SO - where is the big story???
All they have done is try to pump up Bush's numbers (along with the Republican's numbers), prior to the Mid-term Elections (and) the sad fact is they did it with information that has been available since late 2003 ... information which does not support GW's pre-invasion statements to say the least and no matter how they spin the facts they never will.