380 Tons Of Dung From the U.N., News Media, and Demos!

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    Well, there's one of your October surprises. A bunch of hyped bull.........ala Dan Rather's September Surprise.lol

    Our troops have probably disposed or found over a 1/2 million tons of conventional weaponry since the Iraq War started, but this 380 Tons of hyped Dung is really important isn't it?

    Let's see now..........Just a short time before Reagan's second term............Iran/Contra.............a few days before GWB's 2000 election..............DUI..................Here we go again.

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    I doubt our troops think that 300 tons of expolives in the hands of terrorist is "dung".
     
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    The Dung is metaphorically, the empty bunkers, the already missing stuff, the media hype..............not the actual explosives...................read my lips................follow along nice and slow................it's metaphorical........for bull %$#

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    So "dung" was metaphorical for bullshit? Wow, you're very clever.
     
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    Clever as sh%@% I guess.

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    I just find the whole thing bullshti because its been conservatives and Republicans as well as many sources here and abroad who have been saying that the weapons were REMOVED BEFORE DURING AND AFTER THE INVASION.

    Yet they Media harped for ever that there werent ANY WMD's. WMD's have about 10 times the killing capacity as these explosives and with about 100 times less space consumed. So they are telling us that 380 tons of explosives that were missing when we arrived is a bad thing on Bush but WMD's that are missing is a non-issue?

    I think the media is losing its iron grip on information and these cases of fraud are not one time things. These are just the first few times they have been caught tampering with information. Slowly but surely the "Iron Curtain" of the media will be lifted from the public's eyes and the people of this country will see just how wrong the left really is.
     
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    Golly Gee but Lt.Kerry has been full of bull sh.. since 1968-why should his campaign be any different-Lt.Kerry loves the UN and blindly supports this corrupt organization-self serving-as in Kerry! :flameth: Oh yeah-Iraq is one giant ammo dump-why is the dump identified as " el caca" any different?
     
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    Gee maybe because the explosives and detonators were looted, and we know it was after April 18th. The pictures are out of the US soldiers breaking into the sealed bunkers, the barrels of explosives, and soldiers displaying detonators and other hardware. Even the weapons inspectors and the IAEA did a better job of securing this site.
     
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    So how is it known that the photos you saw were from the facility in question? We have secured close to 400,000 tons of explosives in IRaq and have disposed of them. Its almost a certainty that these photos are from IRaq, but time and place are unknown.

    As for this particular facility, it was documneted by an imbedded reporter as well as the unit that was there that the explosives that the UN labeled and categorized as being their pre invasion was gone when they got their.
     
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    you mention a reporter and the unit but you dont identify either one. The reporter I saw was from KSTP news and he was imbedded with the 101st (infantry?) He was with them when they photographed breaking into the bunkers and displaying the contents, on or about April 18th.
     

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