Juan Cole has written a smart piece in today's Salon about a leaked British memo from 2002 which provides further details that the Bush Administration decided to go to war with Iraq before it had evidence and was willing to manipulate data ("intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy" the memo states) to gain the support of the American public to do so.
To anyone who has been opposing the Iraq war, this memo will not be a surprise. It is just the latest piece of information from seemingly reputable inside government sources--both in the UK and the US--that the Bush administration manipulated evidence to get us into a war of enormous cost and consequence. As Cole suggests, Bush has quite likely committed acts that are grounds for impeachment. Thanks to the British media's aggressiveness (NY Times, where are you?), and to British public outrage against the war, the paper trail that links Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld et al. to impeachable acts is just going to keep coming.