You know, I never had any doubt that Saddan had Weapons of Mass Destruction.
I mean, what kind of delusional moron would believe that someone like Saddam didn't?
It's like believing that Hitler didn't, either, or wasn't trying to get 'em.
It looks like a cruise missile. Design appears very Soviet, resembling some kind of a Mikoyan creation, somewhat resembling a much smaller MiG-21 Fishbed.
Isn't it funny how we're told that we HAVE to believe such things as we're destroying the world by emitting carbon dioxide, which is a natural, life-essential gas? Isn't it also funny that we're told that we MUST believe that Barack Hussein Obama meets the Eligibility Requirements of the US Constitution to hold the Office of the President, even though we've been shown no valid evidence, other than hoaxes and frauds, one way and the other?
Funny how we're told to believe one thing or another, just because some powerful folks want us to.
Sometimes they're right, and sometimes they're lying to manipulate us en masse.
I always knew that George W. Bush was right. Of COURSE one of history's most warring, most imperialist, most massively-destructive and deadly figures, ie. Saddam Hussein, WOULD have WMDs or definitely WOULD be developing them, or negotiating their purchase from, another evil regime who has the capability to produce them en masse. Not only that, Saddam wasn't living up to his promises to the "International Community" to allow for proof of no-WMDs. Whilst he was shipping 'em out to Syria or wherever, and hiding them at home, if the Weapons Inspectors got too close to them, they'd be denied access. So...
That's why I was onside. Letting Saddam get away with it would've sent the wrong message. As the wrong message is being sent to Iran today. When oppressive tyrants know they can do whatever they want... they WILL. Besides, Iran promised, repeatedly, to use them.
President Bush had learned the lessons of History, and he was determined not to have to repeat them. Only problem was Rumsfeld's idea of how to execute the regime change. Should've had a bigger, faster-acting invasion in the first place, and get 'er done, etc. Should've really just destroyed the threats and destabilized the post-Baathist regime to let the cards fall where they may, and monitor, ever-ready to meet any new threat. That's what I'd have done.
And that's why I'll be onside with anyone (including even Barack Hussein Obama) who dares to remove (or facilitate the removal of, via the Iranian People) the current regime in Iran, too. After all, who in their right mind doesn't believe that Iran doesn't, or won't, have WMDs, including nulear ICBMs? I will wholeheartedly stand with anyone who destroys Iran's WMD, nuclear and warmaking capabilities.
It continues to pain me as to how utterly out of touch with the world the average person is. They definitely exist in a perceptual box and are too terrified to leave its confines. They continue to be blissful in their ignorance. Their faith is really ignorance, and their faith's rituals are just hanging out and babbling with drunken buddies about nothing of consequence. Sure, it's "fun" sometimes, but some of us, well, we just feel like we're wasting our lives doing little of consequence beyond being blissfully ignorant. Some patriots we are. We say we care, but we don't. It's pathetic, and the Enemy knows all about our terrible lack of situation awareness, etc., and is counting on the same happening with our political leaders and with the Big Old Media, so as to render us sitting ducks for when they plan to invade (and this time they plan to invade only when they're sure they can win, as in the case of China).