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Chemical weapons in the Mid-East

Original post made by Jim, Midtown, on Sep 19, 2012

"There would be enormous consequences if we start seeing movement on the chemical weapons front or the use of chemical weapons." (Barack Obama, regarding Syria)

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Complete and utter drivel. Evidence?

"where Iraq transfers its WMD to Syria"

George Bush spent a trillion dollars and lost 5,000 brave American lives in Iraq over 8 years just to let Saddam move his (phony) WMD to Syria? Tinfoil hat conspiracy. Bush was bad, but not that stupid.

Complete and utter drivel.

Want some truth? Bin Ladin's Dead and General Motors is Alive.

And Obama's 2nd term starts in 4 months. Don't listen to the noise, look at facts: Web Link. Also look at any composite polls fr the swing states. Obama will win by over 100 electoral votes.

Landslide Obama.


Have a great day, Jim!

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