"I was wrong" about Iraq, writes former Democratic vice presidential candidate John Edwards in Sunday's Washington Post.
Wait, it's a trend.
"Turns out we were wrong," the president's national security adviser Stephen Hadley tells CNN.
Though that's about all they agree on.
Former Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry had something to say on the subject, too.
"Ive made it very clear that that vote was based on misleading intelligence that now may be purposely misled, which is why this investigation is so critical. But nevertheless it was based on evidence we now know, and a serious of incompetent choices, so that none of us, I think, would vote to give the authority based on the abuse that [the president] conducted. I can tell you that as a presidential candidate .... I gave 4 major speeches laying out how the president ought to proceed to be faithful to our troops."