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Old 08-09-2006, 10:07 AM   #46
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So let me get this straight, for those who believe alllll of these WMDs are in Syria - why are you not advocating we invade? I mean, a rogue nation, in the middle east, hostile to some of its neighbours, hostile to the US and openly supportive of terrorism and it's just totally dandy that they've got this entire arsenal?
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So let me get this straight, for those who believe alllll of these WMDs are in Syria - why are you not advocating we invade? I mean, a rogue nation, in the middle east, hostile to some of its neighbours, hostile to the US and openly supportive of terrorism and it's just totally dandy that they've got this entire arsenal?
You are really enjoying yourself on this!

#1 Nobody claimed they are all in Syria.
#2 I do believe that some of his capabilities were moved out of country.
#3 I am not aware of Syria thumbing its nose at the UN for 12+ years.
#4 There would need to be further evidence to get congress to approve any military action as they did in Iraq.
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#1 Nobody claimed they are all in Syria.
Where are the rest?

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#2 I do believe that some of his capabilities were moved out of country.
Why don't we hear about this as a cause for concern? Shouldn't it be?

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You're right, they've only been thumbing their nose at the UN for 20+ years with their occupation of Lebanon, their arming of militias there and so on. Was Syria not named in the infamous UN resolution 1559?

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Apparently they're not as trigger happy anymore.
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Where are the rest?

So you believe NONE of it existed?
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Why don't we hear about this as a cause for concern? Shouldn't it be?



You're right, they've only been thumbing their nose at the UN for 20+ years with their occupation of Lebanon, their arming of militias there and so on. Was Syria not named in the infamous UN resolution 1559?

It should be.

I never claimed Syria has a good track record, They did leave Lebanon as a result of the Neo Con adjenda, Syria and Lybia have both had slightly different tunes.
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