More proof Bush was right.
Saddam sought missile factory, Iraqi files show
By DAVID E. SANGER and THOM SHANKER
New York Times
WASHINGTON -- It was Saddam Hussein's last weapons deal -- and it did not go exactly as he and his generals imagined.
For two years before the American invasion of Iraq, Saddam's sons, generals and front companies were engaged in lengthy negotiations with North Korea, according to computer files discovered by international inspectors and the accounts of Bush administration officials. The officials now say they believe that those negotiations -- mostly conducted in neighboring Syria, apparently with the knowledge of the Syrian government -- were not merely to buy a few North Korean missiles.
Nevertheless, you won't see this on BrokawRather or that idiot Canadian tonight.
Update: I forgot to add, it's nice to see Saddam get screwed by Kim. Hahahahaha.