Thursday, March 16, 2006

Saddam's WMD Tapes and Documents.

Another thing that the Bush Administration has done an exceptionally poor job of doing is rebutting the claim by the left that Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction. Not only did he have the weapons, he used them. But we're starting to get more information that proves Saddam was pursuing WMD.

Last week I told you about the Saddam Tapes. They are audiotapes of his meetings that he had about WMDs. Those tapes have been acquired by the U.S. government. There are over 300,000 hours of recordings that have been found. They are still being sorted through and analyzed. According to media reports, what they have found so far on the tapes is that Saddam was ready to fire up his WMD program the minute the UN inspectors pulled out of town. The tapes speak of WMD factories being ready. There are also quite a few documents that have been found and are being analyzed as well.

Those documents talk about missiles being buried in the desert before the war started. That would explain where they all went. There is a lot of desert in Iraq...they could be anywhere, the chances of actually finding them without any idea where they might be would probably be like finding a needle in a haystack. With all the audio tapes and all the documents that we have found we are learning new information all the time. Perhaps we will find out where those WMDs actually are.

And you know what else we're learning? It would seem Saddam was trying in the mid-90's to buy uranium from Africa. But wait...Saddam never tried to buy uranium in Africa...the Democrat Party says so! It has to be true...

Imagine what it would be like if tomorrow Saddam's entire stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction were found buried in the Iraqi desert. What would the Democrats say then? That day just may come.

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