Apr 08 2008

Syria Home Of Saddam’s WMDs?

Published by at 10:26 am under All General Discussions,Syria

The blogosphere is humming with anticipation that an upcoming US-Israeli report on the Israeli attack on a Syrian nuclear weapons facility is tied to the fact Saddam moved his WMDs to Syria (a sister Baathist regime) prior to the US invasion:

An upcoming joint US-Israel report on the September 6 IAF strike on a Syrian facility will claim that former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein transferred weapons of mass destruction to the country, Channel 2 stated Monday.

Big hat tip to Dr Sanity on this one. Dr Sanity also notes a good round up on this over at Shrink Wrapped. And there are some good links provided by Rick Moran at American Thinker. If this pans out it would provide another big upheaval in the American political dynamics, destroying again the naive mantra of the left in this country. This would be another huge blow to the credibility of the Surrendercrats and SurrenderMedia (as if they have any credibility left). You can read my previous posts on Syria and the war on terror here.

68 responses so far

68 Responses to “Syria Home Of Saddam’s WMDs?”

  1. Terrye says:

    I mean why the hell do you think Saddam’s Iraq was on the list of terrorist supporting countries for years before Bush became president?

    If Bush had a D behind his name, half of the left would treat him like a hero…but since they are more interested in winning elections than they are in winning wars…they just have to pander to the enemy.

  2. 75 says:

    Terrye, …the Democratic party is a circus, not a theme park.

  3. jb_ says:

    “jb…i don’t know…why did we occupy iraq when it posed no real threat?”

    Norm, this is becoming circular and tiresome.

    Saying Iraq “posed no real threat”, over and over again, does not make it so.

    But then, you don’t think we should be “scared of” people who perpetrated 9-11 (yet we should for some reason “go after them.”) So I don’t expect clearheaded reasoning.

    I think normal people would experience fear buttressed by the fact of someone wanting to kill them (as 9-11 demonstrated.)

    I think sociopaths would not experience that same fear.

    By your definition we have normal people in the administration.

    By your definition their critics who say they should have no fear are sociopaths.

  4. 75 says:

    JB, I’m starting to wonder if Norm is even an American.

  5. truthhard2take says:

    Too late for the liars to be believed, Norm. Approval rate will remain in the 30s.Moral-if you’re going to lie your nation into a war, don’t botch the occupation.

  6. truthhard2take says:


    Yes, Bush 1 attempted to assassinate Saddam and killed four hundred or so innocents in that fallout shelter. Then American policy killed
    hundreds of thousands of Iraqis in the embargo, whcih Albrighty said “was worth it.” We have no friends in Iraq, at least not enough to
    form a stable pro-American local government much less a national government.

  7. norm says:

    terrye…why did reagan take saddam of the list?

  8. norm says:

    by the way terrye…if you are going to call someone an idiot you should have you facts right. saddam never tried to assassinate a president. but facts don’t matter to far right extremeists.

  9. 75 says:

    The approval rating in the Democratically controlled house is 21.4%…and Bush is the lame duck. Well done, TH..well done.

  10. AJStrata says:


    Are you really that clueless? Saddam tried to assassinate Bush I while Clinton was President. Man, your ignorance runs deep and broad.

  11. truthhard2take says:

    Most of the dissaproval rate for the Dems is the result of their failing to end the war, much from the so-called “Left” but actually including the middle and the disillusioned Right, the Buchananites and the Hagel-lites, you might say. Most of which would have supported what they were too cowaredly to do, and that includes Obama and Hillary–withhold funding as Kucinich attempted to legislate.

  12. truthhard2take says:

    Saddam’s attempt came after Bush’s. That was okay, however-to amoral pagan state-worshipping imperialists.

  13. truthhard2take says:

    Dresden okay. Hiroshima okay. Gas chambers not okay. You get it.
    Stalin genocides 20 million, forgiveable. Hitler, supposedly six million, unforgiveable. You get it.

  14. AJStrata says:


    You are saying Saddam had a right to try and assassinate a US President? Do you understand what a traitor is?

  15. norm says:

    aj…that recent pentagon report says nope…couldn’t find any evidence of it. but i’m sure you know more or you wouldn’t make such a childish personal attack. do you have any proof?

  16. jb_ says:

    If 79% of the country wants to “end the war”, why hasn’t Congress been able to get it done? It takes 67% of Congress to cut off funding.

    Facts are stubborn things.

  17. 75 says:


    Always enjoy a Kucinich reference. This is the equivalent of admitting you’d vote for an egg salad sandwich.

  18. truthhard2take says:

    Blowback , Strata. Was Ron Paul a traitor when he correctly attributed 9/11 to blowback for an unjust and unproductive (except for the arms industry, Israel and a few other non-essentials) foreign policy? At any rate, Congress had not declared war, and it is against international law for any government to assassinate the leader of another government. Works all ways.

  19. truthhard2take says:

    Now the question is, was Bush 1 killing 400 innocent Iraqis in an attempt to assassinate Hussein in the fallout shelter early in the Persian Gulf (Arabs call it the Arabian Gulf) War an evil act?

  20. norm says:

    aj…i’m waiting for proof…or an apology.