Yeah, I read this a few hours ago.
It certainly raises some questions. In fact it raises a lot of questions.
It took them this long to find these after years of UN inspectors seached for them. Even those inspectors had doubts that they didn't exist. I'm sure in the upcoming years more significant findings will be unearthed.
Meanwhile, some lib is trying to find a new slogan to replace "Bush Lied, People Died".
Bush Administration's own Iraq Survey Group wrote:While a small number of old, abandoned chemical munitions have been discovered, ISG judges that Iraq unilaterally destroyed its undeclared chemical weapons stockpile in 1991. There are no credible Indications that Baghdad resumed production of chemical munitions thereafter, a policy ISG attributes to Baghdad's desire to see sanctions lifted, or rendered ineffectual, or its fear of force against it should WMD be discovered.
Wow, that Fox News article was pretty slanted if you ask me. These weapons pose little, if any significance, and I only found 2 or 3 credible news websites (Fox News, RedState.com) actually running Santorum's announcement as "news."
Cracking me up Coppermine, I understand why you did not include a link .. .. Maybe you ought to try to share a report by somebody who does not end his or her "report" with ...
Don't believe everything Fox News and Republicans tell you.
But nice try
oh, here is the link that coppermine conveniently forgot to give you