I try, really, to follow the right wing blogs a bit, to comment on their numerous errors. They really shouldn't go unchallenged, but it's so tiring. However, I will do a tiny bit here. I don't know a liberal who denies that North Korea will sell anything to anyone; I recall hearing stories about North Korea selling missile tech to Iran for the past couple of decades. This sort of thing is the reason we liberals have been complaining that if the administration had really been concerned with WMDs, North Korea was a far bigger threat than Iraq. Now, if there were any evidence of Iraq being equally willing to sell weapons (it wasn't; Hussein preferred selling oil, and keeping his weapons for himself, even in the days when he had WMDs)), or more importantly of their being any suspicious buyers (obviously impossible, when they weren't doing any selling), that might have made Iraq a threat.