Washington, D.C. -- April 5, 2004
During a short appearance before a throng of cheering supporters gathered outside the White House today, President George W. Bush vowed that no stone will be left unturned within Iraq by the US led coalition, as they continue seeking out the Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD's), which he insists still remain hidden somewhere deep in that war torn nation.
"The US led coalition will stay in Iraq, searching every corner of that country, until they find the Weapons of Mass Distraction I know still remain hidden there," the president said. "Saddam Hussein has buried his WMD's someplace and we will find them eventually. Even if it takes us several decades and billions of taxpayer dollars to find them, it will be well worth the effort, believe me."
"We would not have gone to war with Iraq and put our soldiers in harms way in the first place, if I were not positive WMD's were indeed there in the first place," the President added.