Yes, and how did the get them? Lol, most of them came from us along with the satellite targeting information we gave Saddam back when his government belonged to ours.
Yes, those WMD’s. The ones from the Reagan era that everyone including the UN and IAEA knew about. The ones that weren’t functional, but were too dangerous to move. The ones the US military tried to move and as a result got a whole bunch of soldiers sick in the process, and then they covered it up. Those WMD’s. The ones we didn’t invade Iraq over.
October 8, 2015 at 5:29pm
Those were declared. Everyone knew about them. Even the UN. They weren’t usable, and were not the WMD’s we invaded Iraq over. You need to stay up-to-date.
October 8, 2015 at 5:28pm
No, it’s not up for debate. Saddam had no usable WMD’s. Period.
October 8, 2015 at 5:23pm
“War is a racket. It has always been.
It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives.
A racket is best described, I believe, as something which is not what is seems to the majority of the people. Only a small “inside” group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few at the expense of the very many. Out of war a few people make huge fortunes.”
-USMC MG Smedley Butler, two-time Congressional Medal of Honor recipient
October 8, 2015 at 5:13pm
See my above comment. Those were rockets carrying mustard gas that we knew were there. The UN and the IAEA knew they were there. They were all declared. Hence, they don’t count. The UN, and U.S. allowed them to stay put because they were too dangerous to be moved and disposed of properly.
October 8, 2015 at 4:41pm
Lol, nice try, but I’m about to smash that argument to smithereens.
All of the WMD’s you’re referring to were declared and known by the UN and U.S. intelligence. They were from the Reagan era back when Saddam’s government belonged to the Republican Party (how do you think he got them?) They weren’t functional, and we’re too dangerous to move so the UN allowed them to stay put. Aand are you really so stupid as to believe that the Bush administration was really trying to push America into war all over a little mustard gas? Lol, if you are, you’re just an idiot.
October 8, 2015 at 8:21am
Conservatives will blindly keep repeating that to themselves in their head.
October 8, 2015 at 8:16am
The “war is hell” excuse to justify the killing of innocent civilians works so long as those civilians killed aren’t you and yours. When a terrorist shoots up a military recruiting station over here, and ends up killing a bunch of U.S. civilians, do we ever accept that rational from them?
October 8, 2015 at 8:13am
Where the heck have you been? You see, this is what happens when you only get your news from Fox News or TheBlaze. Half a dozen news outlets have reported on this story already. It’s literally been all over the place.
In the future I suggest the three following places for credible news that will give you just the facts. Period.
3.) Al Jazeera
October 8, 2015 at 7:21am
So what was that, again, about them hating us for our freedoms?
October 8, 2015 at 6:15am
And I thought GB said he would never post or trust anything coming from Alex Jones or Infowars…
[-5] October 7, 2015 at 6:08am
Funny…did Dick Cheney retract his statements about WMD’s when it was proven that Iraq had none?
Lol, they did find the WMD's. Get friends that have served as patriots, in America's armed services, in the theater of Iraq, and 97% state that the WMDs were real. Oh no! Now you want to believe the 3%. Lol
Whether or not Iraq had WMD or they were removed is up for debate. Your girl Hilary thought they did.
In your analysis two wrongs make a right.
War is the main cause of peace.
Because they did have some. Unreported rockets full of poison gas. Look up Operation Avarice, Blaze story from Feb. 16th 2015. But if this is your defense against the Sierra Club not wanting to adjust their policies to actual observations then it explains much about Liberals and their “reality gap” when it comes to the truth. Can’t wait to see how you defend 50 years of the welfare state which has been an utter and catastrophic failure. That should be very interesting.
When Sad A$$ was at war with Iran there sure was a bunch of Kurds and Iranians dead by chemicals weapons if my memory serves me right. Maybe you should sit down and shut up, you really making yourself look stewpid
You do not keep up with things do you. When ISIS started taking over Iraq, Cheney step in and said there was MWD's that they did not disclosed in Iraq and ISIS could get their hands on it.
So the fact is that there was WMD but Cheney and Bush never announced it to the media.
So make sure you are up to date on you info before opening your pie hole.
October 2, 2015 at 8:23pm
Stewart was simply pointing out the hypicracy of conservatives:
Middle Eastern terrorists kill some people: US invades two countries, spends 3-4 trillion dollars, thousands of soldiers killed, hundreds of thousands of soldiers maimed, millions of innocent civilians killed, millions of innocent civilians displaced from there homes, people tortured, civil liberties taken away, etc.
Domestic terrorists kill some people: Crickets chirping…
Uh-huh, allow me to point out the HYPOCRISY of John Stewart. Using one right to eliminate another is NOT supportive of ANY of our constitutional rights. Using freedom of speech to further infringe the right to bear arms is bad for freedom as the 2nd amendment is the teeth of the dog that protects our rights. You really think people are just going to respect our freedoms because they're shiny/pretty to the nice nice people? The world sucks, and freedom is a continually and unfortunately bloody business. It's better than the alternative which inevitably costs MUCH more blood like wwII. Jefferson got it right when he said "...the tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots & tyrants." He didn't realize it would happen almost continually. It's unfortunate, but either we trust and keep our freedom or we don't I for one trust our freedom, and if that costs me my life then it was worth living in and dying for. I expect other Americans to accept that cost as well and will mourn with them when needed and die for them when I must. We ALL, not just the founding fathers, pledge our lives, our wealth, and our sacred honor to this continuing experiment that requires that the uses of the freedom that our framework of liberty maintains be only those that support that framework STARTING with the base of all nations, the traditional nuclear family. Peace, Love, OUT!
Nothing like a little hyperbole.
October 2, 2015 at 6:38am
The Shah was installed in 1953 when the CIA overthrew the democratically elected leader of Iran, Mohammed Mosadeq, at the behest of the United Kingdom to prevent the Iranian government at the time from nationalizing the AIOC (Anglo-Iranian Oil Company), today known as BP (British Petroleum). Learn history. Google: Operation AJAX
[-5] October 1, 2015 at 8:53pm
Bibi wants Iran invaded and destabilized for the same reasons he wanted Iraq invaded and destabilized. Iran is the largest Arab state in the Middle East currently (as Iraq was), and it represents the only real blockade standing in the way of Isreal’s goals of expanding its territory further into Lebanon. The Likud have for sometime now been trying to further its illegal territory grabs and those damn Iranians just won’t play ball!
[-5] October 1, 2015 at 8:26pm
Here’s my best NetanYAHOO impression:
“Blah, blah, blah, you gotta believe me!”
[-7] October 1, 2015 at 6:24pm
Once again, the Zionists bring up the Holocaust. Jesus, it happened over 70 years ago! Get over it already!
Could the reason for Iranian hostility be because you, the Likud, and the neocons in America constantly plot and threaten to bomb them? Of course not. Just keep regurgitating the same tired talking points. They hate us for our freedoms. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah…..
I agreed. The Iranians are in no means the lollipop guild but we can't pretend like they all hate us because of some stupid lotion like freedom ( some many countries besides America have)
We installed a Brutal dictator in Iran many years ago that lead to a revolution that hates us. Iran is an example of the failed US policy of intervention and puppet governments.
 September 26, 2015 at 5:46pm
I may be young, but I know and understand what the Bible says and what God’s message is to His people. (FYI, the church is Isreal. There is only ONE chosen people, and those are people who profess faith in Christ for their sins. Not some geopolitical faction or nation that defines themselves based on silly borders drawn on a map by politicians.)
I am not some charlatan like GB or Hagee that bastardize the scriptures to advance my own petty agenda.
 September 26, 2015 at 7:41am
Yes, they are Biblical illiterates. They wouldn’t understand the Bible if Jesus Christ himself slapped them in the face and explained every single word of it to them.
 September 25, 2015 at 9:19pm
John Hagee is the same lunatic, false prophet who tried to say that Jesus Christ did not “intend” to die on the cross. He received so much backlash from even the evangelical community that he was forced to print a retraction, and tried to claim that, “that wasn’t really what he meant to say.”