First, there was the furious backpedaling:
WASHINGTON - President George W. Bush backed away yesterday from U.S. military claims that senior Iranian political leaders authorized the smuggling of deadly weapons into Iraq for use in attacks against Americans, fuelling new controversy over the quality of U.S. intelligence about Tehran's activities.
Just days after U.S. commanders alleged Iran's leadership ordered the secret transfer of mortars, roadside bombs and rocket-propelled grenades to Shiite militias in Iraq, Mr. Bush said the United States did not know if President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad or other top leaders were responsible.
No problem, though, since either way works just fine for Commander Codpiece:
"What's worse -- that the [Iranian] government knew or that the government didn't know?" Mr. Bush asked.
Well ... given that those are the only possible choices, I'm guessing that, in Bushworld, those Iranians are pretty well fucked either way, aren't they?
In other news, the fact that no WMDs were ever found in Iraq only proves how cleverly they were hidden.