Monday, August 07, 2006


Well it would appear finally the American people are starting to believe the truth about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. You do know that weapons of mass destruction have been found in Iraq since the invasion in 2003, don't you? The media and the Democrats like to push the lie that none have been found, but that's not true.

A recent poll says a full half of Americans believe Iraq had the WMD when troops invaded 3 1/2 years ago. This of course leaves the left wringing their hands. How could people believe such lies! Well, for the uninitiated, here is a list of the weapons of mass destruction that have been found in Iraq since Operation Iraqi Freedom began:

  1. A 155-millimeter artillery round containing Sarin nerve agent was found, which is a weapon of mass destruction.
  2. U.S. military units have discovered mustard gas that was used in an IED, or improvised explosive device. Mustard gas is a weapon of mass destruction.
  3. In all, some 500 weapons containing mustard gas or Sarin nerve agent have been found in Iraq since the invasion. Again, both of these are weapons of mass destruction.

What sort of a lame excuse does the left come up with to explain away these findings? Try this .... These were weapons Saddam had before 1991 ... so they don't count. Now does that make sense to you? We have nuclear bombs we've had since before 1991. Do they not count? If we dropped on on Iran, do you think the world would give us a pass because we had the weapon before 1991?

The mainstream media and the left just can't let go of the lie that there were no weapons of mass destruction found in Iraq. Go ahead, write this one down and enrage your liberal friends!

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