There was the Washington Post editorial on Sunday.
Today, the Christian Science Monitor has an op-ed by a former editor saying "Bush had good reason to believe there were WMD in Iraq". Jack Kelly notes that the recent "leak" allegations about declassification were not just wrong, but that they'd been reported three years ago and recycled, apparently for political effect. Josh Gerstein notes Fitzgerald backing down from a claim that got lots of press last week (as, of course, did Byron York and Clarice Feldman.)
Add to that the continuing slow translation and declassification of Saddam's "Harmony" papers. And the continuing decline in Coalition fatalities and in the Iraqi military fatality rate.
I continue to think that "opinion makers" are figuring out that they're going to have to move quickly to stay in front of public opinion.
Shall we start a pool on when Bush's approvakl is above 50 percent again?
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