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Facts But Mein Kampf
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The Republicans Sold Saddam Hussein The Biological Weapons He Used To Gas His Own People


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But Mein Kampf

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And when they wanted to invade in 2003 they kept making appeals to emotion like: but he gassed his own people!

Of course never mentioning that they sold him the fucking gas.

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Hootie(417) Disputed
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It is nonsense that you could ever hope to win a debate about any issue known to mankind. Read it, moron:-

Others pointed to another embarrassment. In five of six incidents in which troops were wounded by chemical agents, the munitions appeared to have been designed in the United States, manufactured in Europe and filled in chemical agent production lines built in Iraq by Western companies.

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You better get on the RED PHONE and let the DEMOCRATS know how much intel you have done and then get a SPECIAL CONSUL appointed to investigate the knowledge you know as fact. DAMN you INTERNET DUMMIES are just GENIUS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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You should really take your known knowledge to Congress and reveal how intelligent you are !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Being you are of the intelligent crowd you really should have the intelligence to explain to us the major discoveries of 1901 and 1930 !!!!!!!!!!!!

Speak up you IDIOT you have the BRASS to prove you are not the FOOL ???????????

Side: But Mein Kampf

U.S. officials have long denied acquiescing to Iraqi chemical attacks, insisting that Husseins government never announced he was going to use the weapons. But retired Air Force Col. Rick Francona, who was a military attach矇 in Baghdad during the 1988 strikes, paints a different picture.

The Iraqis never told us that they intended to use nerve gas. They didnt have to. We already knew, he told Foreign Policy.

According to recently declassified CIA documents and interviews with former intelligence officials like Francona, the U.S. had firm evidence of Iraqi chemical attacks beginning in 1983. At the time, Iran was publicly alleging that illegal chemical attacks were carried out on its forces, and was building a case to present to the United Nations. But it lacked the evidence implicating Iraq, much of which was contained in top secret reports and memoranda sent to the most senior intelligence officials in the U.S. government. The CIA declined to comment for this story.

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