The subject is about the inspections and the chemicals allowed by the U.N. during a 12 year period of disarmament.
Want to talk 'red herring'?
When did that 12-year period end?
Why do you think it's important today?
I couldn't care less at this point. Why am I talking to a troll?
Have a nice day.
posted on 05/28/2006 8:06:31 AM PDT
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--- Want to talk 'red herring'? When did that 12-year period end? Why do you think it's important today? I couldn't care less at this point. ---
I don't really care what YOU want. Understand. I was simply putting forth known chemcials weapons that the UN was allowing Saddam to import at a time when inspectors were in the country looking to destroy chemcial weapons.
As for you, you have issues.
posted on 05/28/2006 8:11:26 AM PDT
To: Publius6961; avacado
Just realx Publius. Avacado is not a troll but he is a great freeper. He is showing a list of Chemical that was allowed by the UN to be imported by Saddam regime and these chemicals can be used for manufacturing Chemical Weapons. Does it have industrial use? Yes it does, but in the hand of Saddam regime everything is made to be a weapon. After reading thousands of pages of Iraqi documents I am more convinced than ever that this regime obsession with WMD never stopped and in fact was more intense during the 1991-2003 period.
One of the most important debate of the Iraq war was the WMD issue and every point that show that Saddam has WMD, or has the capability of manufacturing must be made public because the liberal liars and their media want us to believe that this man never had or never had the intention to acquire WMD from 1991 to 2003.
posted on 05/28/2006 4:37:59 PM PDT
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