posted January 27, 2010
Perhaps there is a difference of people’s definitions of weapons of mass destruction. As far as I can tell the reason that term came into vogue was that President Bush could not pronounce the term “nuclear” properly.
Chemical Ali has just been hanged. He was convicted of the genocide of 5,000 Kurds with gas. If you believe there were no weapons of mass destruction tell that to 5,000 dead Kurds.
Was that not proof enough?
P.S. I hate the politically correct term “ethnic cleansing” because as far as I can tell it was coined to be used on the evening news so you could hear what is going on in the world and still eat your dinner.