Presidential advisor Peter Wehner makes an excellent case for why those opposing the war in Iraq are not only wrong on the facts, but may actually be intentionally ignoring them and trying to mislead people.
He makes a fact-based case in the WSJ today, specifically noting his sources on how:
-- The Bush Administration did not lie about WMD estimates in Iraq;
-- The intelligence community did not cook the data and was not pressured to do so;
-- Saddam did pose a threat to the U.S., the Mideast and the world, by deliberately concealing WMD capabilities and resources (which he was not allowed to have);
-- Advancing democracy in Iraq was not a post-invasion rationalization.
Read it all.