How serious is the Iraqi danger?

Since last fall, I have never heard a convincing refutation of the argument that the imminent likelihood of Saddam Hussein’s regime developing weapons of mass destruction and handing them over to terrorist organization for use against the United States makes the military overthrow of Hussein’s regime by the U.S. a vital necessity. But now, which favors a strong American military posture, reports that Hussein has made no serious progress on nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons since 1991. The chief worry seems to be that he will use his existing bio-chemical weapons against any U.S. troops invading his country.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at July 08, 2002 11:32 AM | Send

That is a concearn but there was the Glass desert agreement in the gulf war where we stated that we would go full nuke if Sadam used his Weapons of mass destruction. But then again it is scary. My stepbrother is a gulf war vet and my coworker is a well and he is reserve duty. If we invade Iraq he might be called.

Posted by: Jacob Metcalf on July 9, 2002 2:21 PM
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