Guide : Politics, World Politics

Winning Argument Series: WMD

Lots of people like to motherfuck George Bush on this topic. Those that do assume a few things:

1: George Bush actually dons fatigues and waits in the bushes with binoculars

Research, Knowledge and Information :

Winning Argument: Bush supporters are wildly misinformed.

Oct 21, 2004 · Bush supporters are wildly misinformed. ... – 61% believe if Bush knew there were no WMD he would not have gone to war. ... About Winning Argument.
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Debate Argument: Thos who say "no WMD were found in Iraq are ...

Review opinions on the online debate Thos who say "no WMD were found in Iraq are either Misinformed, or Prevaricators
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WMD IRAQ - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

6 | WMD in Iraq: evidence and implications With respect to nuclear and chemical weapons, the extent of the threat was largely knowable at the time.
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Pulitzer Prize Winning Author claims White House knew Iraq ...

Pulitzer Prize Winning Author claims White House knew ... in January 2003 that Saddam had no weapons of mass destruction. ... down to an argument whether they are ...
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Top 10 Tips For Winning An Argument - Listverse

Nov 22, 2008 · Top 10 Tips For Winning An Argument. Jamie Frater November 23, 2008. Share 567. Stumble 828. ... you should be able to win your argument if your opponent ...
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WMD arguments | Peace and Justice Post

Posts about WMD arguments ... In these circumstances they developed and advanced the argument that the war was authorised by the council under a series of ...
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The Iraq War: Bush’s Biggest Blunder - Newsweek

The Iraq War: Bush’s Biggest Blunder. ... By seeking weapons of mass destruction, ... The plan focused on winning the war.
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Simple Arguments Against the Iraq War | Libertarian Christian ...

Simple Arguments Against the Iraq War. ... the fact that this argument was the invented justification long after the WMD argument was given up should say something as ...
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Weapon of mass destruction - Wikipedia

A weapon of mass destruction (WMD) is a nuclear, radiological, chemical, biological or other weapon that can kill and bring significant harm to a large number of ...
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Suggested Questions And Answer :

Democratic Party in Search of a Notion

paull :
Like a bungling politician in a Milan Kundera novel, here is brave Reid, ready to defend the polity, not against reactionary interpretations of the establishment clause or executive power, but against a 20
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The making of the terror myth

dlowan : Very interesting article - I hope our ABC purchases the documentary...
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Skewed Intelligence Data in March to War in Iraq

cicerone imposter : I just don't understand why Kerry doesn't attack Bush when Bush says Kerry and congress looked at the same intelligence? There's a big difference between looking at the same intelligence, and making up conclusions from those reports as reported to co
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The man that SHOULD BE President today.

suzy : Perhaps he will decide to run as kerry's veep." alt="Laughing" />
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Some Republicans Predict Upheaval Within the Party

PKB : It is kinda pointless to weed through to the good ones so I say the entire party needs an enema! :wink:
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Robots at War: The New Battlefield

rosborne979 :
I foresee hoards of military micro-robots becoming the new Weapons of Mass Destruction of the future. Swarms of cockroach sized automated poison dart bugs dropped onto enemy bases from silent UAV's. Nuclear weapons will be far to
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