Saddam’s weapons went to Syria?

Wonder if this will make the mainstream news….in an election year, no doubt?

From the Jerusalem Post:

An upcoming joint US-Israel report on the September 6 IAF strike on a Syrian facility will claim that former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein transferred weapons of mass destruction to the country, Channel 2 stated Monday.

Furthermore, according to a report leaked to the TV channel, Syria has arrested 10 intelligence officials following the assassination of Hizbullah terror chief Imad Mughniyeh.

This almost sounds too good to be true….and not much written in the article, but……

If this is true and gets traction, what does this do to the Bush-Deranged infested left whose mantra is “Bush Lied, People Died”?  

Where does this leave the two left-leaning anti-war, pro-Palestinan, anti-Israel Presidential candidates on the topic of the war in Iraq?

And what of Nancy Pelosi, the “clean the House” speaker who visited Syria’s Bashar Assad against the wishes of President George Bush and against US Foreign Policy?  What would she have to say for herself?

Nancy Pelosi in Syria 2007 (AP Photo)Nancy Pelosi in Syria 2007 (AP Photo)

Hopefully, we will see more of this report in the news soon.   While I wouldn’t expect the left to absorb any of the report as fact, it will be another “stick in the eye” for those who didn’t think Saddam was a threat and who are adamently opposed to WINNING the war in Iraq. 


2 Responses

  1. WOW! lots of detail in that article..time will tell whether this proves to be true or not. Either way, you can’t dispute that Saddam WMD’s he used them at least 10 times on his own people and Iran.

    Those weapons had to go would be a real stretch to believe Saddam, given his history, would have legitimately destroyed them all..???

  2. It’s certainly possible the stash was moved to Syria. It’s also possible that Saddam destroyed them. In terms of the chemicals themselves, we’re not talking about a whole lot of volume…a few truck loads. We’ve found plenty of precursors and empty munitions. The stuff may also be buried somewhere in that desert.

    Some claim that the WORST foreign policy decision in history was Bush’s call to invade Iraq. Even if someone thinks that way, they would have to acknowledge that it is no worse than number TWO on that list. The WORST would be Saddam Hussein destroying his stash (if he did), and then interferring with the weapons inspections. If he’d allowed the inspections that the cease-fire agreement and UNSCR’s demanded, he’d still be alive, and probably in power.

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