Jets5, despite Kay's personal belief that nothing will be found, the fact remains that the search for the wmds that were unequivocably known to exist continues (either to find them or determine what happened to them), and coalition inspection teams are still in Iraq acting on the intel. Opening intel up to scrutiny while it is still being acted upon is clearly neither wise nor prudent.
I don't believe Bush is politicizing the issue, unlike the dems who smell blood and have no compunction over their bald-faced hypocricy. They have no desire whatsoever to discover the truth -- it is 100% a political move to smear Bush, who acted upon the same intel the Clinton administration and the U.N. held as accurate. In fact, it's the same intel that inspired the Clinton administration to define their stated policy goal in Iraq as "regime change."