Thursday, February 02, 2006


Just in case you people have forgotten the animals that we're fighting in Iraq and the animals we've replaced, I figured I'd remind you.
On March 1988, in the town of Halabja, 5,000 Kurds died and 10,000 were injured when Iraqi jets dropped mustard and other nerve gas on the Kurdish city in northeastern Iraq. Over a decade after the massacre, the people of Halabja still suffer from very high rates of serious diseases such as cancer, neurological disorders, birth defects and miscarriages. Saddam Hussein's chemical weapons attack on Halabja was not an isolated incident. It was part of a systematic campaign ordered by Saddam Hussein and led by his cousin, Ali Hassan al-Majid." What weapons of mass destruction? Shut your pie-holes libs. Just because we didn't find huge amounts of (edited to reflect the fact that we have, indeed found some, thanks Fish) them, doesn't mean they weren't there. Syria has them, Jordan has them, SOMEONE has them. SOMEONE knows where they are.
Bottom line, this is the type of mentality we're dealing with if we just walk away.

And no amount of whining by Cindy Sheehan and her friends will change that. Screw you libs.

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