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Oops. My last comment was directed to Dee, in comment #13.

Comment Posted By Everett On 26.01.2010 @ 09:04

@ #8

From the same article,

"These are chemical weapons as defined under the Chemical Weapons Convention, and yes ... they do constitute weapons of mass destruction," Army Col. John Chu told the House Armed Services Committee.

None of the U.N. resolutions on Iraq permitted WMDs as long as they were old enough.

And if you still believe that we found no WMDs in Iraq, can't we agree that it's a problem that most Americans aren't even aware of the controversy?

Comment Posted By Everett On 26.01.2010 @ 08:05

If Joe Klein wants to suggest that voters are uninformed, he might have a point.

After all, most voters are unaware that we found WMDs in Iraq. According to the National Ground Intelligence Center, we found 500 chemical weapons, including sarin and mustard gas. Certain facts are important enough that not knowing them threatens our form of government.

I'd like to blame the antique media for this, but the information is all readily available on the net. People have to take responsibility for getting themselves informed.

Comment Posted By Everett On 25.01.2010 @ 19:23

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