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Sunday, March 13, 2005

Oh That "specialized machinery from the arms establishment that the war was aimed at neutralizing"

Kevin P at Blogs for Bush points us to a story in a liberal rag regarding the "specialized machinery from the arms establishment that
the war was aimed at nuetralizing" or (as they'd call them any time they were telling you they didn't exist) "WMD".

In the weeks after Baghdad fell in April 2003, looters systematically dismantled and removed tons of machinery from Saddam Hussein's most important weapons installations, including some with high-precision equipment capable of making parts for nuclear arms.....

Of course, it is framed as (hold your nose in the air and use a snooty sounding aristocrat voice as you mock them thusly) "Mere looters foiled the plans of stupid Bush and his stupid military. He didn't caaaare about securing the WMD." They usually bite their forked tongues before verbally impugning our soldiers despite the fact that they are the one's being impugned when they say "Bush". The part about not caring about securing the WMD is the new (goal post shifted) accusatory meme being worked into the hole busted into the bubble that is their world view by "the possibility that the specialized machinery from the arms establishment that the war was aimed at neutralizing had made its way to the black market or was in the hands of foreign governments". "Give inspections time to work." I guess by that they meant, "Give Saddam a chance to move his WMD to Syria." which does nothing to explain their deer in headlights stare ever time we bring up THIS very "possibility" in response to their "no WMD" bullsh*t meme. [petulant stupid child]We should have given inspectors more time! But Bush should have MADE those soldiers find the WMD in the "first few weeks" of Operation Iraqi Freedom then they wouldn't have been looted! We DEMAND perfection![/petulant stupid child] Leftists have no shame, for excusing this literary slight of hand as acceptable makes one vile, stupid, or some combination of both.

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