You can always count on programmers to be logical. (Well, good ones, anway.) Gary Robinson sallies forth:
Saddam is today in a position where he is very, very likely to be attacked, and he is still not giving inspectors the facts. If he is not doing so now, the trivial added circumstance of the U.S. having the Security Council’s permission is obviously not going to make a significant difference to Iraq’s choices.
(via Michael)posted on March 11, 2003 12:16 PM