(01-06) 14:10 PST WASHINGTON (AP) --
The chief executive of the country with the biggest arsenal of weapons of mass destruction on the planet turned around Tuesday and decried the existence of weapons of mass destruction.
Okay, that isn't really the article. Here it is:
Some of the biggest spenders in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination turned around Tuesday and decried the influence of big money on government and the political process.
Write Woodward at email@example.com and explain why one can simultaneously decry the fact that big money has an influence on government and the political process while not choosing to unilaterally disarm. Perhaps you could point out the fact that the Bush administration, no fan of WMDs, has not yet advocated unilateral disarmament.