You spelled "avocado", wrong troll.
You never heard of the concept of multiple use chemicals?
You are aware that many lethal compounds can be made from common household chemicals and products?
You want to prevent them from making detergents? Industrial solvents? Other useful things not WMDs?
Perhaps your most important goal is to remind us all that something else in Iraq is being screwed up by George Bush and "his" war?
posted on 05/28/2006 7:52:56 AM PDT
(Multiculturalism is the white flag of a dying country)
--- You spelled "avocado", wrong troll. ---
Two things. I can spell the word any way I like. It's a made up name. Second, I am no troll. I came here for the prewar documents and have been trying to assist jveriats in any manner that I can. I was also asked by jveritas to make this post.
And it's nice to see that you are incapable of discussing the subject of the UN allowing the Hussein regime to have phosgene and hydrogen cyanide - known WMD.
Have a nice day.
posted on 05/28/2006 8:00:56 AM PDT
To: Publius6961; avacado; My2Cents; jveritas; Peach
Hey, Carry_Okie and Publius6961. What is your DEAL? Don't be back-stabbers; you're too eager on this one and you've jumped the gun. I googled Sodium cyanide, and found no healthful use for it on the Wikipedia listing, unless Iraq is big into mining. It's one of the most rapidly-acting poisons. Granted, hydrogen cyanide can be used for good purposes, but so can nuclear bombs, and we didn't send THEM to Saddam either.
Avacado, good catch. I checked out the PDF and couldn't find quanities listed anywhere. Is there any way of finding that out, I wonder?
Ping to Greg and Peach, my other FRiends who were (and presumably still are) interested in the WMD discussion.
posted on 05/28/2006 11:53:28 AM PDT
("Good guys" aren't always "nice guys".)
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