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Skip to comments.National Media Ignoring San Diego Report of WMDs In America
Posted on 02/14/2011 1:03:08 PM PST by Tolerance Sucks Rocks
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent in San Diego confirmed that weapons of mass effect (a.k.a., “WMDs”) had been found by U.S. officials, but not at the particular port where he was being interviewed by a reporter from ABC affiliate 10News.com.
The video below aired during the local newscast Feb. 9 and featured this “money quote” from Al Hallor, the assistant port director and CBP officer, during the interview: “At the airport, seaport, at our port of entry we have not this past fiscal year, but our partner agencies have found those things.”
(Excerpt) Read more at bigjournalism.com ...
Penny Marshall can be a real control freaky Biatch.
LOL your right, sorry for the brain f@rt.
Why is this guy referring to a "fiscal year" ??
Did anyone else notice that WMD’s have a subcatagory now? There are apparently WME’s now. (Weapons of maximum effect)
That’s not news.
Haven’t you heard about Lady Gaga’s egg?
Wait until one contaminates an urban warren for untold centuries. The media will then blame conservatives - wherever they are for an equal time, if we live that long.
Did anyone else see it on Drudge briefly or am I just being dyslexic?
Love that cartoon!
They just can't connect the dots in their little heads to the satellite images of convoys heading to Jordan to the lack of material found.
Not likely. A non-nuclear "dirty bomb" is unlikely to be very efficient in dispersing radioactivity. The particulates formed will fall out quickly, and are among the easier things to detect and clean up.
The only real value in such a device is the "scare factor" associated with the word "nuclear".
You don’t know anything of the sort. You may be thinking 2D when it is entirely possible that one of these things could go off atop a 30 story or higher building. How do you clean up windborne particulate then? I suggest you think a bit more about it.
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