I guess the Kay was wrong thenDecember 3 2004 at 8:41 PM
|smike (no login)|
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Kay and a long list of weapons inspectors, many of whom were American, British and members of the coalition? They were all just full of crapolie, eh, when they demanded the crap be confiscated and secured in a UN bunker?
Go figure. Who would have figured so many peopple could be so stoooopid! They must have been making up the crap about the nuclear connection, fuse indeed!
That or we are to believ the global security organization?
Thanks, I'll stick with the professionals, whose reasoning was quite clear at the time and, regardless of the revisionist excuses by global security, the consequences of not securing the crap opr destroying it before it could be looted speak for themselves and will continue to do so.
I have no doubt the crap is common in American technology, my God, american weaponry is the best in the world, bar nothing. Thats one thing Americans are good at, killing. But in Hussienville or the war on terror, as amptly demontrated by the pre-war menmo when al Douri was making his preparation for the post war era and AZ was filling his pockets with the sheet for his attack on the UN headquarters and thousands of car bombs, that sheeet was manna from heaven. A gift that just keeps on giving, thank you very much Dubya bin Bush!
I just did a search as far as tyour comemnt of HE and while their is a loud chorus of squawking about how Hussien used the kickbacks to arm his military, the munitions discovered to date, HE, that is, predate the nineties and was purchased during the war against Iran. It is about a third as powerful as the good stuff and deterioriating significantly through age. And yes, DA, he bought lots and lots of the crap, geeez, what did you think Uncle rumy was doing when he was shaking his hand, talking about the tactical benifits of chemical warfare?
As far as the issue being a politicial point prior to election, the election is over and, guess what, the crap still cannot be accounted for and, as analysis proved in the UN case, it on the street.
Three hundred tons of the sheet!
In the very hands of the sons of bitchs the UN protected it from.
For another outstanding victory on the war on terror! Duh. And dont be trying to blame it on the UN when they told you where it was, eh???? Not when Bush went to war because of a wmd threat and a fear this very crap would fall into the hands of the terrorists....
How many car bombs does today make, DA?
Makes the quote in the memo all the more relevant, don't you think?
Or are you going to tell me that too is part of the ole election spin excuse smokescreen?
You can spin away, brother, changes nothing on the ground.
That sheeet is killing yer brethern in arms and the people your supposed to be liberating, it derailed the UN participation and continues to do so.
I suggest the reason you aint hearing about it is because Dubya and the chicken hawks int he pentagon would prefer it all went away.
Like Bush's national guard records.