And now, ladies and gentlement..... this: Even Rumsfeld's own Web site admits they didn't know jack sh*t about WMDs, and altered the intel.... Is this the "slam dunk" they were talking about?: Simply the Worst http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/13/opinion/13dowd.html?_r=1 Rummyâ€™s memoir, â€śKnown and Unknown,â€ť is an unnerving reminder of how the Iraq hawks took crazy conditionals and turned them into urgent imperatives to justify what the defense chief termed â€śanticipatory self-defense.â€ť At â€śRumsfeld.com,â€ť the author has put up an archive of records and memos. One, marked â€śSECRETâ€ť and declassified last month at his request, is dated Sept. 9, 2002. That was after his P.R. roll-out to the March 2003 Iraq invasion was under way. The subject line reads â€śWMD.â€ť Secretary Rumsfeld is sending a secret report that he received a few days earlier to Gen. Richard Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, asking: â€śPlease take a look at this material as to what we donâ€™t know about WMD. It is big.â€ť The attachment is from Major Gen. Glen Shaffer, then the director for intelligence for the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the secretary of defense, responding to Rummyâ€™s request to know the â€śunknownsâ€ť about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. â€śWe range from 0% to about 75% knowledge on various aspects of their program,â€ť Shaffer wrote. Unfortunately, the 0% had to do with actual weapons. â€śOur assessments rely heavily on analytic assumptions and judgment rather than hard evidence,â€ť the report said. â€śThe evidentiary base is particularly sparse for Iraqi nuclear programs.â€ť It added: â€śWe donâ€™t know with any precision how much we donâ€™t know.â€ť And continued: â€śWe do not know if they have purchased, or attempted to purchase, a nuclear weapon. We do not know with confidence the location of any nuclear weapon-related facilities. Our knowledge of the Iraqi nuclear weapons program is based largely â€” perhaps 90% â€” on analysis of imprecise intelligence.â€ť On biological weapons: â€śWe cannot confirm the identity of any Iraqi facilities that produce, test, fill, or store biological weapons,â€ť the report said, adding: â€śWe believe Iraq has 7 mobile BW agent production plants but cannot locate them ... our knowledge of how and where they are produced is probably up to 90% incomplete.â€ť On chemical weapons: â€śWe cannot confirm the identity of any Iraqi sites that produce final chemical agent.â€ť And on ballistic missile programs they had â€ślittle missile-specific data.â€ť Somehow that was twisted into â€śa slam-dunk.â€ť You go to war with the army you have, but the facts you want.