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Red Line Crossed: Hagel, Kerry Say Syria Has Used Chemical Weapons

Corbett_ Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 3:58 PM
"Known chemical storage sites" -- funny that the UN inspectors couldn't FIND them if they were "known"... Wasn't that the basis for the war? That Saddam was hiding his chemical weapons from US inspectors? Now you are saying that he was NOT hiding them? Well, which is it?
psydoc Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 4:13 PM
Not accurate, Corbett. Don't you remember all the chemical shells and rockets they found and destroyed during the war? It was on every TV station, not even the main stream propagandist ignored that.

I did have my facts straight. If you do not like being called a liar, don't do so.
Corbett_ Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 4:09 PM

They found sites that had been used to store chemical weapons during the Iran-Iraq war and during his attacks on the Kurds. They also found OVERWHELMING evidence that the chemical weapons had been destroyed. Or at least Iraq attempted to destroy them. (They were not 100% efficient, which accounts for the claims that "chemical agents" were found in Iraq.)

Get the facts right before you call someone a liar.
psydoc Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 4:02 PM
They found many sites, you people on the left just keep lying about it.

The Obama administration drew a "red line" in the sand months ago with the Assad regime in Damascus: If they were to use WMD's during their nation's civil war, the United States would intervene militarily.  The president himself said the deployment of such weapons would represent a "game-changer."  The British, French, and Israelis have all concluded that chemical weapons have been deployed, and now top US officials are co-signing that assessment. The