Monday, August 07, 2006

Half of U.S. still believes Iraq had WMD

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You know why we believe that? Because of the simple fact that he used the on his own people and against Iran. If he truly had no arms of any kind why were the inspectors kicked out. They have also tried to downplay the fact that Sen. Rick Santorum released an intelligence report in Washington saying 500 chemical munitions had been collected in Iraq since the 2003 invasion.

1 comment:

Tom said...

Typical lying.. please stop it.

UN inspection teams were searching Iraq for these alleged weapons for nearly four months prior to the invasion and were willing to continue, but were forced out by the onset of war in spite of their requests for more time.[7][8]

The inspectors withdrew from Iraq due to the imminent invasion, not because Saddam had kicked them out.

In addition, those "500 chemical munitions" were basically inert 80's eras weapons, and not the "weapons of mass destruction" that the war was sold on. To this day, no credible authority agrees that there were WMD's in Iraq when the invastion took place. Even the army generals have stated that finding 30 year old inert shells is common but not relevant.

By the way.. Sen. Rick Santorum doesn't even live in the state he represents.. and the Republican party has funded and supported the "green party" candidate for Senate in order to split the "liberal" votes because he can't win in a head to head election.

Nice to see Bob Ney dropping out, and Lieberman losing.