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You been living in a cave, or perhaps your head got stuck under your bed while you were looking for commies? The UN continually stated that Saddam had no WMDs. What a blithering ass. Churchill's 'Gathering Storm' on the "Communist Menace". Wake up, turd ball, both have been dead for decades.

If this is what is left for people arguing our righteousness in invading Iraq, red menace paranoids and tabloid readers, then this argument is over.

Anthrax, Ricin etc, etc and ....aaahh 'thousands' of centrifuges for extracting Plutonium were repeatedly documented by the UN in their inspections and subsequently disappeared to where, Syria, Iran?

Yes, communists rendered themselves obsolete and Churchill's "Gathering Storm" is unfortunately still relevant, has proven so and is a fascinating read as he was an excellent wordsmith. He was a noted journalist before going into politics.

I do not agree with invading Iraq.
Read everything carefully and don't believe Bush's smoke and mirrors as presented by the New York Times.



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kvining - 1/29/2006 8:31 AM

You been living in a cave, or perhaps your head got stuck under your bed while you were looking for commies? The UN continually stated that Saddam had no WMDs. What a blithering ass. Churchill's 'Gathering Storm' on the "Communist Menace". Wake up, turd ball, both have been dead for decades.

If this is what is left for people arguing our righteousness in invading Iraq, red menace paranoids and tabloid readers, then this argument is over.

Anthrax, Ricin etc, etc and ....aaahh 'thousands' of centrifuges for extracting Plutonium were repeatedly documented by the UN in their inspections and subsequently disappeared to where, Syria, Iran?

Yes, communists rendered themselves obsolete and Churchill's "Gathering Storm" is unfortunately still relevant, has proven so and is a fascinating read as he was an excellent wordsmith. He was a noted journalist before going into politics.

I do not agree with invading Iraq.
Read everything carefully and don't believe Bush's smoke and mirrors as presented by the New York Times.



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RE: Iraq Official: Saddam Moved WMD to Syria

Before you guys get all bent out of shape, please as you always should, consider the source.

From wikipedia.org
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The paper's owners include Hollinger International, the company once led by Conrad Black. According to an article in the Boston Globe, the paper's staff include many well-known political conservatives. Its president and editor in chief is Seth Lipsky and its managing editor Ira Stoll. The Sun is widely speculated to be losing money due to low circulation. The Sun was created to put a neoconservative paper in New York, where the only other broadsheet is the New York Times, which is often considered to have a liberal viewpoint. One of the founders, in fact, made his name by running a website devoted to attacking the Times. Like the Washington Times, which is valuable for its insight into US Republican Party congressional circles, the Sun often gets quotes from neoconservative newsmakers in the executive branch and in the Likud Party. The ideological view of the Sun in its editorial opinions is probably closest to The Weekly Standard magazine or the Jerusalem Post
WMD's in Syria debunked
http://www.dailykos.com/storyonly/2006/1/27/112247/570

All of the Anthrax Saddam made only had a shelf life of 2-3 years. Even if he did have stuff the last known production dates were from the late 80's/pre-persian gulf war. That stuff now would be as danagerous as sand.
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Before you guys get all bent out of shape, please as you always should, consider the source.

From wikipedia.org
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The paper's owners include Hollinger International, the company once led by Conrad Black. According to an article in the Boston Globe, the paper's staff include many well-known political conservatives. Its president and editor in chief is Seth Lipsky and its managing editor Ira Stoll. The Sun is widely speculated to be losing money due to low circulation. The Sun was created to put a neoconservative paper in New York, where the only other broadsheet is the New York Times, which is often considered to have a liberal viewpoint. One of the founders, in fact, made his name by running a website devoted to attacking the Times. Like the Washington Times, which is valuable for its insight into US Republican Party congressional circles, the Sun often gets quotes from neoconservative newsmakers in the executive branch and in the Likud Party. The ideological view of the Sun in its editorial opinions is probably closest to The Weekly Standard magazine or the Jerusalem Post
WMD's in Syria debunked
http://www.dailykos.com/storyonly/2006/1/27/112247/570

All of the Anthrax Saddam made only had a shelf life of 2-3 years. Even if he did have stuff the last known production dates were from the late 80's/pre-persian gulf war. That stuff now would be as danagerous as sand.
Great, so if they find some you wouldn't mind volunteering to determine it's shelf life?

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Before you guys get all bent out of shape, please as you always should, consider the source.

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The paper's owners include Hollinger International, the company once led by Conrad Black. According to an article in the Boston Globe, the paper's staff include many well-known political conservatives. Its president and editor in chief is Seth Lipsky and its managing editor Ira Stoll. The Sun is widely speculated to be losing money due to low circulation. The Sun was created to put a neoconservative paper in New York, where the only other broadsheet is the New York Times, which is often considered to have a liberal viewpoint. One of the founders, in fact, made his name by running a website devoted to attacking the Times. Like the Washington Times, which is valuable for its insight into US Republican Party congressional circles, the Sun often gets quotes from neoconservative newsmakers in the executive branch and in the Likud Party. The ideological view of the Sun in its editorial opinions is probably closest to The Weekly Standard magazine or the Jerusalem Post
WMD's in Syria debunked
http://www.dailykos.com/storyonly/2006/1/27/112247/570

All of the Anthrax Saddam made only had a shelf life of 2-3 years. Even if he did have stuff the last known production dates were from the late 80's/pre-persian gulf war. That stuff now would be as danagerous as sand.
No doubt that just about everything has a expiration date.
I don't think thats the point.

But I do get a chuckle when wikipedia.org is used as factual information just like the AP.

That's a problem, especially if the assumption is that Wikipedia information is as factual, accurate and credible as traditional encyclopedia information.

The traditional encyclopedias are put together by a select group of people recognized as experts in various fields. The content is reviewed and fact checked before it is published.

Wikipedia, on the other hand, is written and edited by anyone who wishes to contribute. According to an FAQ page at the Web site, "All you need is to know how to edit a page, and have some encyclopedic knowledge you want to share. The encyclopedia provides users with a certain amount of freedom."
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