Did Bush lie about "Iraqi weapons labs"? http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/4903592.stm The White House claims that Bush was speaking to the concensus of the intelligence reports to date. This particular report was only submitted two days before Bush made these statements, and it usually takes more than two days to review the reports. Okay, fair enough, then my question is this: If Bush didn't have the interim report from the group assigned to look for WMDs, on what intelligence were his statements based? Why did he announce that we had found weapons when the investigation obviously wasn't complete and the report still due? Did the investigators change their minds? Was there ever a conclusion that we had found WMDs? What justifies the degree of certainty shown by Bush? I would like to see the intelligence that justifies his statements. Edit: I had posted the wrong excerpt.