US Soon to Go to War With Syria Over Previously Nonexistent WMDs

It looks like our Nobel Peace Prize Laureate in Chief is now going to turn the US military on Syria, in hopes of dislodging the government, which would then be replaced by Islamist radicals affiliated with al Qaeda. The pretext is Bashar Assad’s alleged use of chemical weapons. Where do you suppose he got them? Here’s a strong possibility:

As intelligence prior to the invasion of Iraq indicated that Saddam’s Iraq had sarin gas and amidst large speculation that such weapons were moved to Syria, the use of sarin gas in Syria might prove to vindicate the Bush Administration’s assertions that WMDs were, in fact, in Iraq.

In January, 2006, former Iraqi general, Georges Sada publicly declared that Saddam’s military transferred large stockpiles of chemical weapons to Syria using civilian aircraft with the passenger seats removed. “There are weapons of mass destruction gone out from Iraq to Syria, and they must be found and returned to safe hands,’ Mr. Sada said. ‘I am confident they were taken over.’”

Sada, Hussein’s number 2 in the Iraqi Air Force, claims that 56 trips by two Iraqi Airways Boeings were used to smuggle the weapons into Syria under the guise of civilian flights. “Saddam realized, this time, the Americans are coming,” Sada said. “They handed over the weapons of mass destruction to the Syrians.”

In March, retired Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney spoke publicly about the likelihood of WMDs in Syria and the high probability that the weapons were moved to Syria immediately prior to the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.

For years we were told these weapons never existed. Now we are told we have to attack another country because of them.

Obama is Bush without the redeeming qualities. That formerly peace-loving liberals continue to support him confirms that nothing they say can be taken at face value.

On tips from Tax Slave and G. Fox. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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