I've been talking up the work Walter Pincus has been doing in the WaPo for a while now, and he gets the front page this morning with a devastating article:
Depiction of Threat Outgrew Supporting Evidence (washingtonpost.com): "The new information indicates a pattern in which President Bush, Vice President Cheney and their subordinates -- in public and behind the scenes -- made allegations depicting Iraq's nuclear weapons program as more active, more certain and more imminent in its threat than the data they had would support. On occasion administration advocates withheld evidence that did not conform to their views. The White House seldom corrected misstatements or acknowledged loss of confidence in information upon which it had previously relied:"Read the rest. Then say it. Say it loud. Special Prosecutor. Say it again. Write your legislators. Special Prosecutor.