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Thursday, June 22, 2006

Chemical Weapons Are Really Not That Dangerous

Representative Jane Harmon (D-CA) has her own opinions about the WMD news that's raining on her parade. First of all, this is nothing to get excited about because, "There is nothing new here. Nothing in this report, classified or otherwise, contradicts the Duelfer Report, which assessed that we would find degraded pre-1991 weaponry in Iraq". Secondly, and here I loosely quote, "[They] are no more dangerous than what you might find under your kitchen sink".

Question: Why would I keep nerve gas under my kitchen sink?


curmudgeon said...

Another question would be "Why would Saddam want them then, if they're not really weapons?"