Since he doesn't yet have a weblog:
Rep. Dennis Kucinich led the opposition to the war in Congress. On the eve of President Bush's speech aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln, presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich -- ranking member of the Government Reform Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations -- issued the following statement:
"Regardless of the outcome, the war in Iraq was wrong. While the United States has won a military victory in Iraq, the Administration never justified the war, rendering it a diplomatic and foreign policy failure.
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"The Administration led America into a war based on false pretenses. Even today, as the President declares an end to combat, there is no credible evidence that Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction. These weapons, they said, posed an immediate and imminent threat to our nation and our allies, and could not be eliminated through international weapons inspectors.
"The Administration, with its policy in Iraq, has isolated the United States from the international community and threatens to make our country less safe, not more safe.
"Bringing the troops home, and bringing in the international community to assist with humanitarian reconstruction and security, must happen immediately. Rhetoric alone will not convince the world that the United States is not occupying Iraq, especially since the U.S. has prioritized the rebuilding oil infrastructures instead of providing humanitarian assistance."