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To: raptor22; ASA Vet; BIGLOOK; Travis McGee; Squantos

Thanks for this post. Many of us felt that the phantom WMDs ended up in Syria and or Iraq.

“As the regime of Bashar Assad disintegrates, the security of his chemical arsenal is in jeopardy. The No. 2 general in Saddam Hussein’s air force says they were the WMDs we didn’t find in Iraq.”

Should we start the countdown to when the left wing mediots of ABCNNBCBS and the gayboys of the NY Slimes, Compost and other gay controlled fishwraps put this in headlines and start apologizing to GW.


8 posted on 12/04/2012 5:00:04 PM PST by Grampa Dave (Tagline space for rent to pay for some of my extra taxes the next 4 years!)
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To: Grampa Dave
IMHO, most of the WMD chemicals ended up in our incinerators in the states, and in incinerators we were operating with Russia to destroy both our stockpiles of mustard, vx and so on. Notably, our incinerators started running behind schedule shortly after we invaded Iraq.

I'll also add that it would not be the first time I think this was done- just after Clinton bombed the Sudanese pharmaceutical plant aka "aspirin factory" suspected of producing VX back in 1998 we coincidentally were destroying chemical WMD - VX- in our incinerators here in the states. There was even a small spill of Sarin that year here in the states.

We brought Libya's nuclear WMD materials back here for destruction back when Qaddaffi gave it up but in that case, because the regime was still intact and there were no looters or islamofascists to worry about, the US government did not need to deny their existance.

14 posted on 12/04/2012 5:12:31 PM PST by piasa (Attitude adjustments offered here free of charge)
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