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    Question Weapons of Mass Destruction

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    It seems to me that with the ISIS or what ever they are being called today guarding these bomb sites that are loaded with weapons of mass destruction that it would be a prefect time to bomb the crap out of them. This would not only get rid of the poison gas bombs but also get rid of a bunch of Islamist anarchists at the same time. What would be better than that? Maybe if Peolsi, Reed and a few of their buddies where near by at the same time, but that wouldn't be nice would it?

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    I'll never be anything short of amazed that liberals, across the board - especially our weak minded liberals on this site, constantly blame Bush for entering Iraq based upon the INTEL that said Saddam had weapons of mass destruction which were not readily discovered.

    It was "The Iraq Resolution" that took us into that war and it was approved by congress with a large number of democrats in full approval.
    Fact is, 58% of Democratic senators (29 of 50) voted for the resolution. Those voting for the resolution are: Sens. Lincoln (D-AR), Feinstein (D-CA), Dodd (D-CT), Lieberman (D-CT), Biden (D-DE), Carper (D-DE), Nelson (D-FL), Cleland (D-GA), Miller (D-GA), Bayh (D-IN), Harkin (D-IA), Breaux (D-LA), Mary Landrieu (D-LA), Kerry (D-MA), Carnahan (D-MO), Baucus (D-MT), Nelson (D-NE), Reid (D-NV), Torricelli (D-NJ), Clinton (D-NY), Schumer (D-NY), Edwards (D-NC), Dorgan (D-ND), Hollings (D-SC), Daschle (D-SD), Johnson (D-SD), Cantwell (D-WA), Rockefeller (D-WV), and Kohl (D-WI).

    Yet, the weak minded will always blame Bush. Go figure???

    Don't even get me started on who pulled us out and what has happened since that time including his denying he was the one to pull our troops out.
    More lies than man can count with this fraud.
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    Kind of lets the wind out of the libtard's that hung their hat on "Where were the WMDs?". They're going to have to make up some other shit now..

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    Wiki leaks showed there was something like 20,000 instances of WMDs... Just throwing that out there.

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    Many different locations of them have been found, uncovered and revealed.
    At this point only a complete moron - or a desperate liberal would disbelieve this truth.
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    On Iraq -

    One of the many problems is the insinuation and testimony to the UN from Powell (everyone remember that?) and administration was that they were close to - and working on nukes. What they had wasn't even close, and from the nuke standpoint - this was a boogeyman hunt.

    This is the "angle" that sold everyone on the resolution.

    One you categorize chemical agents as WMD's - of course he had them.
    We know he did. We gave/sold them to him, so denying that is and always was folly.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
    Wiki leaks showed there was something like 20,000 instances of WMDs... Just throwing that out there.
    How many news worthy sources have been posting this as front page news? Just like a monkey, throwing shit back at you!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Dave View Post
    ...This is the "angle" that sold everyone on the resolution. ...
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    No argument on your entire post UD.....
    But, being said ....who now can we trust?



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    Quote Originally Posted by SNiC View Post
    No argument on your entire post UD.....
    But, being said ....who now can we trust?
    No one.

    Wish it weren't so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Dave View Post
    On Iraq -

    One of the many problems is the insinuation and testimony to the UN from Powell (everyone remember that?) and administration was that they were close to - and working on nukes. What they had wasn't even close, and from the nuke standpoint - this was a boogeyman hunt.

    This is the "angle" that sold everyone on the resolution.

    One you categorize chemical agents as WMD's - of course he had them.
    We know he did. We gave/sold them to him, so denying that is and always was folly.



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