I have provided the entirety of the Iraq Survey Group's Final Report.<quoted text>You might actually be a dumber bitch than Fenny Bate and Eediot. Can you not comprehend this section from your source: ""The ISG has not found evidence that Saddam possessed WMD stocks in 2003, but [there is] the possibility that some weapons existed in Iraq, although not of a militarily significant capability."
"There is an extensive, yet fragmentary and circumstantial body of evidence suggesting that Saddam pursued a strategy to maintain a capability to return to WMD after sanctions were lifted... "
"The problem of discerning WMD in Iraq is highlighted by the pre-war misapprehensions of weapons which were not there. Distant technical analysts mistakenly identified evidence and drew incorrect conclusions."
Like RealDave, perhaps you should read it too.
UN Inspectors confirmed and agreed Saddam would resume his WMD program as soon as the world wasn't watching.
If you think he was just going to play nice if the UN gave up on their ongoing and neverending resolutions, you're cuckoo.