Monday, June 06, 2005


Every so often, it's good to hear the facts. In this article, we hear that the UN now says that WMD-making equipment has been removed from 109 sites in Iraq since their last inspections prior to the invasion.

Where did it go? Very little is known about the whereabouts of this material other than items that have wound up being located elsewhere in Iraq and around the world. Of course, stolen Iraqi artifacts have appeared on eBay, so maybe some of the "bad" stuff has, too.

Of course, those who preach "there was no WMD" will say that this equipment could have been used to manufacture fertilizer or baby formula or lawn mowers -- I'm sure.


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