Where oh where, can my…

Where oh where, can my WMD be?

From our trusted source, Deep Audit:

U.S. officials told NBC News that Navy divers are beginning to search a reservoir in northern Iraq after reports of barrels at the bottom that could contain chemical weapons or missile parts.

(From whence, of course, they could be launched with only a 45 minute notice.)

Secretary of State Colin Powell, on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday, still insisted weapons of mass destruction will be found: “They will see that there was no question that such weapons exist, existed, and so did the programs to develop more.”

(Yah blah blah)

What about those unmanned planes the United States said could have been used to spray biological or chemical weapons? An Air Force report from October says they were never built for that purpose…

Despite the failed search, at Fort Stewart, Ga., on Friday, President Bush again raised the specter of Saddam’s weapons: “Because of our military, catastrophic weapons will no longer be in the hands of a reckless dictator.”

But members of his national security team are now saying removing Saddam was justification enough for the war – that he himself was a weapon of mass destruction.

(Brilliant!  Just Brilliant!  Hussein IS A WMD!  Obviously, so were his sons.  Why didn’t we think of that?)