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Where are the Weapons of Mass Destruction?

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Submitted by Chris (Australia), Apr 9, 2003 at 20:54

Boy those Iraqis are lucky. Saddam does not appear to have had any significant WMD. Firstly, if he had, he could have handed them over to the UN and the US and allies would have been happy to continue to let the Iraqis suffer or,secondly, he would have used them in the war and many more would have died.

The freedom of the Iraqis is to be celebrated but let's not forget that it is just a fortunate byproduct of US foreign policy, but not the end in itself.
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