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Those guys better get out of Iraq...
The Iron Rain is coming
Great, they destroy 4 containers of the stuff. What about the stockpiles they have hidden throughout the country? Nothing but a last minute PR move on Saddam's part. Let the bombing begin.
posted on 02/11/2003 4:16:15 PM PST
Didn't the Iraquis say they had already destroyed all WMD chemical agents?
posted on 02/11/2003 4:17:16 PM PST
Is this not a smoking gun?
posted on 02/11/2003 4:21:22 PM PST
by Dead Dog
Pardon me, I missed this somehow... when did we find these items?
posted on 02/11/2003 4:26:31 PM PST
(There are 10 types of people... those who read binary, and those who don't.)
"The destruction process will begin tomorrow and is expected to (take) four to five days to complete," he said.
OK, maybe I am showing my ignorance, but why on Earth does it take four to five days to destroy such a small number of missiles? Does anyone know exactly what is involved in such destruction?
UN experts are to destroy four plastic containers filled with mustard gas
Ten 155 millimetre artillery shells will also be destroyed.
And all it took them was a couple of months.
Hmmmm, guess I had better go get another cup of coffee, this could take awhile:
But, but, but...they SAID they didn't have any more WMD's! They PROMISED us they didn't have any more WMD's! They INSISTED they had already destroyed all their WMD"s!
Waaaaaah! (liberal conniption fit)
I could have sworn that many democrats said they didn't have any of this stuff.
Well whoop tee doo.
If it was previously registered by UN disarmament inspectors, I wonder why it wasn't destroyed then. When they say previously found, I'm assuming they mean in the late 90's. Beats me as to why it was allowed to sit around all this time. How can you discover something that was previously registered? And I thought Sadaam said they didn't have this stuff anymore.
posted on 02/11/2003 5:13:07 PM PST
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