you have to admit that Saddam did everything possible to keep that rumor alive...
No, I don't agree with that - Saddam was trying to prevent war. He even invited Blair to send out his experts to Iraq to verify his claims of WMD but of course Blair tried to obfuscate that issue because he knew from MI6 that there could be no such weapons if they were blown up in the desert by Dr David Kelly. Yeah, I say nothing about Blair's plagiaristic re-cycling of that ignorant student thesis as the basis of his 'foreign policy'.
What I'm trying to get you to see, good buddy is in the realm of probability it's not 100.00%** sure he had none, BUT the probability that he HAD ANY was infinitesimal (>0.01%). Surely NOT worth invading... it was an abuse of power. They could have just continued inspections until the last % was exhausted.
It's been 7 years and NONE has shown up - not even one used against Israel (from Syria or terrorists). So now the probability is about >0.0000001% !
**because you can never completely (100%) prove a negative - it's impossible.
What I am saying is that even if he did have some WMD's, we should have help Saddam use those (intelligently) against Iran. This Iranian nuke thingy would not be a issue now, let alone the state that supports terrorism.
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