Hans Blix is saying the Iraqi document drop was incomplete and that there were “no smoking guns”–you mean the Butcher of Baghdad didn’t supply maps to each of its nuclear weapons? “We think that the declaration failed to answer a great many questions.” (The Corner didn’t have to read the papers to come to that conclusion.) His answer seems to be to insist the U.S. hand over all its intelligence on where and what so that their inspectors can spend more time their while Saddam keeps working. He stresses that there is “no time limit” on the inspections. Nice that the British papers are singing the same general tune.