Retiring chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix (search) lashed out Tuesday at "bastards" in the Bush administration who he said consistently undermined his efforts to find Iraqi weapons of mass destruction and "leaned on" his staff to tailor their reports.

In an interview with the Guardian newspaper of Britain published Wednesday, the lifetime Swedish civil servant stated, "I have my detractors in Washington."

"There are bastards who spread things around, of course, who planted nasty things in the media," he continued. "Not that I cared very much."

Blix bash: bona fide or boneheaded?

A sample of your responses:

Blix is a bonehead extension of a clueless, useless United Nations.
Tim
Key Largo, FL

Definitely BONAFIDE. The truth about this Wiley Massive Deception by the U.S. will soon come to the fore. Additionally, who was it who fought side by side with Saddam in prior wars, supplied him with weapons and trained his troops? The United States!
Mac
Hollywood, FL

An individual with an empty craneal cavity means that he is a BONEHEAD. We can also say that he have an empty skull.
A. Bitar
Miami, FL

Blix is a bonehead, unable to locate over 600 coffins and bags of bones in a military installation in southern Iraq. These remains were from the 1991 war, and for 12 years no one bothered to inspect a military warehouse. Just where was this bonehead looking for WMD. Wouldn't you think a military warehouse would have been a suspect location? Duhh.
Henry M.
Bristol, TN

When Hans Blix uses language like "my inspectors" he identifies one of the larger problems we had with the inspection program. Was he pressuring "HIS" inspectors to NOT report completely?
Andy R.
Roanoke, VA

Hans Blix couldn’t find a snake in the grass if it bit him in the butt.
Fred
Stuart, FL

It appears that the only thing that Hans Blix was able to locate in Iraqi, was a good steak dinner.
Angelo L.
Piscataway, NJ

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