Syria's weapons of mass destruction (chemical) from Iraq's old regime under Sadam ?

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    Was Bush and his team right, only that Sadam out foxed them all by sending these weapons into Syria ? Now Syria might use them ? :eusa_silenced:
     
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    You might have something there...:eusa_shifty:
     
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    No.
     
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    Of course that's what happened. They had a year in which to do it. And even though Saddam's use of nerve gas was well-documented and publicized, liberals are STILL claiming they never existed.
     
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    Um, no.

    The shelf life of these chemicals together is a few weeks. Kept separate, 5 years max.

    Saddam died 10 years ago guys. Move on.
     
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    The shelf life of Sarin, which is the chemical weapon being discussed is a few weeks. The chemicals before being mixed, 5 years.
     
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    The story is based on a 2006 book "Saddam's Secrets" written by former Iraqi general Georges Sada who claimed that the Iraqi Revolutionary Guard moved weapons of mass destruction into Syria in advance of the Iraq war but Syria has amassed huge supplies of mustard gas, sarin nerve agent and cyanide over the past four decades on its own and it did not have to rely on Iraq's WMD which had reportedly been transferred to Syria just before the invasion by unmarked trucks that mysteriously crossed the border into Syria.

    Many Of Syria's Chemical Weapons May Have Come From Saddam Hussein's Iraq - Investors.com
     
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