"Senator Graham said he had some questions of his own for the administration that he would like me to ask them about Saddam using his weapons of mass destruction against us ...
Q. And when you've gone to the administration and when the committee has posed these questions, what have they told you all?
A. Just passive non-responses. Essentially denial.
The most important thing to do was to take down Saddam Hussein, and if that meant accepting some potentially adverse consequences, so be it."
"If I may speak for myself and the staff of this radio program, I'd like to say that we are confused ... We think that it is possible that the most compelling arguments for the war, and the most compelling arguments against the war, are arguments that you have not heard ... "
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