Since Bush is claiming he got bad intelligience on Iraq, this probably lets Kerry and other Democrats off the hook of having voted for the war. If Bush was duped, they can imply they were too without looking bad. I do think the trust issue will become a part of the Presidential campaign. The Democrats can keep implying that Bush exaggerated the facts, or deceived Americans before the war without calling him an outright liar. The question then becomes, "do you want a President for the next four years you cannot trust to tell you the truth?" Not only is it a good campaign tactic, but it is a legitimate question. There is no doubt that Bush did exaggerate the threat. It would be a winner for the Democrats because even people who are glad Saddam is gone may reason that Bush has served his purpose and they may not trust him on what he plans to do next. It would appeal even to them.