Does Iraq have few, or even no, weapons of mass destruction? It's a possibility, one that First District Congressman Jack Kingston says would hurt America.
"If we don't, the US credibility is going to suffer for years to come," he said. "It's going to be devastating for the administration. It's going to be horrible for Congress. That was so much of our rationale for voting for force. I raised that question with the Pentagon as recently as last week. So we need to make sure we show that to the world who is looking at us with a critical eye."
Congressman Kingston was in Brunswick this morning for the dedication of the new Sidney Lanier Bridge.