Bush proposes steps to halt WMD proliferation
Says such weapons are 'the greatest threat to humanity today'
WASHINGTON (CNN) --President Bush offered several proposals Wednesday to halt the proliferation of unconventional weapons, saying the world must confront the dangers of the post-September 11 world "with open eyes and unbending purpose."
"The greatest threat before humanity today is the possibility of secret and sudden attack with chemical or biological or radiological or nuclear weapons," he said a speech at the National Defense University at Fort McNair in Washington.
Bush focused on two sources of the spread of weapons of mass destruction -- so-called "rogue nations" and black market operatives motivated by "greed, or fanaticism or both."
"Our message to proliferators must be consistent and must be clear: We will find you, and we're not going to rest until you're stopped."
The speech came as Bush faces criticism because no prohibited unconventional weapons have been found in Iraq. The threat of those weapons was the administration's justification for going to war.
Wednesday, February 11
"WOLF! WOLF! HELP! THE WOLF!"
Bush crying again. Wonder if anyone on Earth is still believing this guy - which makes him even more dangerous to us...