By Zardoz Z. Bachman
WMD may become a bigger issue in the Democratic Campaign.
TBILISI (Reuters) – Secretary of State Colin Powell (news – web sites) said on Saturday it was an “open question” whether stocks of weapons of mass destruction would be found in Iraq (news – web sites) and conceded it was possible Saddam Hussein (news – web sites) had none.
Powell made the comments one day after David Kay, the leader of the U.S. hunt for banned weapons in Iraq, stepped down and said he did not believe there were any large stockpiles of chemical or biological weapons in the country.
One can only imagine how this will play out in the months ahead.