Wednesday, June 21, 2006

News on WMDs

Breaking news shows that once again the administration was on the right path when talking about our presence being involved with Iraq. As we all know, the big issue that many people have been going on about now has been the issue of WMDs. Many critics of the war have cited no sign of these weapons and that Saddam never had them. Now critics are going to need to eat a little bit of crow. Recently declassified information shows that coalition forces have discovered up to 500 weapons that were once used by Saddam and his forces. More importantly, there weapons were never found during the many years of weapons inspections done by the “ever so trusting” United Nations.

Click for the full report: http://www.foxnews.com/projects/pdf/Iraq_WMD_Declassified.pdf

Fact of the Matter

The fact of the matter is people nowadays have absolutely no patience. Our wonderful technological age has seemingly created a generation of people who expect to get things twenty minutes before they thought they needed it. It has been three years since we invaded Iraq and deposed the former dictator. During that time, we have captured the leader, killed his sons, and have taken out a number of leaders of major resistance groups throughout the country. In addition to this, a new government has been built and the people of Iraq are experiencing freedom. While we shouldn’t start dancing in the street, I do believe it is high time a number of people begin to take a step back and begin to look at all information before they start to judge te administration.

3 comments:

James E. Martin said...

Please tell me your smarter than this? Please...

BDM said...

Even you can't deny these weapons, while dated, were there and never found by the UN. Even Saddam claimed they never existed, but there they are! What do you say to that?

James E. Martin said...

Bush said he had "over 25,000 liters of anthrax", "more than 38,000 liters of botulinum toxin", "500 tons of sarin, mustard and VX nerve agent." And "upwards of 30,000 munitions capable of delivering chemical agents".

We find 500 worthless and depleted shells and you say thats enough!