And I could comment on how you've consistently missed the point that Administration officials used evidence they didn't trust in a speech before the American people to oversell a causus belli.
Rat, this has been answered 10 times. Let me do it an 11th, as a direct question to you:
The administration has stated repeatedly that the line about Iraq attempting to purchase uranium in Africa was included in the State of the Union because British intelligence claimed sources beyond ours to support the assertion. They still claim this today, and claim that they have sources that have nothing to do with any forged documents.
Can you prove:
1) The line in the State of the Union was only about Niger, or even had anything to do with Niger.
2) Tony Blair and British intelligence are lying and they have no sources to back up their claim that Saddam sought uranium in Africa.
If you cannot prove either of these, please stop saying that the administration used evidence it didn't trust. They did trust it. They believed, and continued to believe British intelligence in their assertions.
If you want to call the British liars, fine. Present your case. If you want to call the Administration liars, please prove that they meant Niger when they say they didn't.