As usual, Scott Ott has the scoop:
“I have always thought that President Bush did the right thing when he ordered the invasion,” Mr. Hussein told the star reporter….
“If Bush’s father had tried to take Baghdad in 1991, we would have run like a herd of goats from a pack of wild dogs,” he said. “I’d be living in peaceful seclusion in Geneva now, working on my memoirs with Judith Regan, and trading old war stories by email with the exiled former leaders of Saudi Arabia, Iran, Syria, Egypt, Lebanon and so on.”
It’s like a sixth sense. No one is better at interviewing dead people than Bob Woodward.