Bush actually wishes Saddam had had weapons of mass destruction. Seriously.
Just in case you missed it (and a lot of folks probably did), check out this CNN article:
Early in the town hall-format debate held at Washington University in St. Louis, the president was challenged over his decision to invade Iraq in the wake of a report that Saddam Hussein's regime had no weapons of mass destruction.
"I wasn't happy when we found out there wasn't weapons," Bush said. "But Saddam Hussein was a unique threat. And the world is better off without him in power.
Ignoring the imbecilic grammar, read it again -- Bush is actually expressing disappointment that Saddam Hussein never had any WMDs. Just when you think this administration can't get any more loathsome or despicable, they still manage to surprise you.