Instapundit notes a great piece from Mickey Kaus concerning the Judith Miller kerfluffle. He also makes this insightful point:

[I]t’s interesting to see how many people are now pretending (1) that Miller’s WMD/Iraq reporting didn’t start until the Bush Administration’s war buildup, when actually it goes back to the 1990s; and (2) that nobody else thought that we’d find vast WMD stockpiles when we invaded, when in fact everyone thought we would. (The valuable lesson for would-be Saddams — don’t run a bluff against the United States — is also lost).