Shamefully, Secretary Rumsfeld did not receive respect on Twitter. Today is the 10th anniversary of the start of the war in Iraq.

Donald Rumsfeld honored the day, and the brave men and women involved, with this tweet:

Amen, Mr. Secretary. To the twisted, however, that tweet was cause to spew hate and filth.

“Comedian” Rob Delaney was putrid, as always.

And he wasn’t alone.

Sick death wishes also poured in.

Appalling. Seek help, please.

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  • Sons of Reagan

    How come Twitchy doesn’t post any criticism from the Right? From timeline: “Good – Please use your influence to have them pay us back for their liberation with the profits of their oil sales – thankU”

    • $45065723

      Agreed. I thank the troops that have done more than what they were asked to do, but I feel that at the end of the day, we probably didn’t have to go to Iraq and we contributed to the destabilization of the political climate in the Middle East, which continues to be an issue for us as a country.

      • SideshowJon36

        Destabalization? Middle East hasn’t been stable since the Turks pulled out

        • $45065723

          I would call Saddam’s Iraq stable. A dictatorship with severe human rights problems, but stable with a centralized source of power that was predictable. Knowing what we know now (no connection to Al Qaeda, no WMDs), I’d argue that it wasn’t worth the money we spent to go there, and arguably the new “democracy” was a model for the Islamic Brotherhood “democracy” in Egypt.

          Although I agree that in general it’s an unstable corner of the world, I just think we pulled a leg out of a wobbly stool.

          • SideshowJon36

            What we know now is that he was primed to have his nuclear program up and running by 2007; we found Mustard and Serin gases hidden in the desert; we know al Qaeda was operating there with or without Saddam’s knowledge, and that they gave safe harbor to Zarqawi.

            We know Saddam was expansionist, that he constantly violated the terms of ceasefire of the first Gulf War, and that oil-hungry Europe and US Leftists were demanding an end to containment.

            We know that he would not have stood for this Arab Spring nonsense, and would have made Assad look like Gandhi. Assuming he wasn’t murdered by his two psychopath sons who would have then led the country into a bloody civil war in a power struggle.

          • $45065723

            Is that worth 134,000 Iraqi civilians, 4,500 American soldiers, 3,400 American contractors, and $2.2 trillion? I don’t think so.

          • SideshowJon36

            Depends. We’ll never know what the consequences would have been had we not attacked. Crippling al Qaeda on a battlefield of our choosing probably WAS worth all that.

          • SideshowJon36

            Considering Saddam killed roughly a million Iraqi civilians (per NYTimes), any argument that the war killed civilians is irrelevant

  • LeishaC

    wow…so classy.

  • Netmilsmom

    “Blood-gargling” was the word of the day on the morning instructions from the Tides Foundation.

  • False Benjamin

    Oh no, the bloodthirsty warmonger and slaughterer of thousands got his precious feelings hurt!

  • Joseph A White

    The low info, left wing, moon bat crazy liberals are evidence that America has truly collapsed from within. I used to be proud to be an American. I no longer even count myself as one. I’m a Texan…NOT one of y’all. You got what you wanted… Live in your own filth as long as your keepers allow it.

    • False Benjamin

      If you hate America so much, why don’t you leave?

    • Lady 12

      If everyone who’s disappointed – even severely disappointed – with this country just up and leaves, how the heck will it ever get better?

      • False Benjamin

        For one thing, it’ll be quieter

  • Larry G.


    lots of criticism from the right on this towards Mr. Rumsfeld as well and its all well deserved! sure “blood-gargling” isnt the word i would use, but it remains true that there was no need for us to go into Iraq! and it wasnt about “liberation” because i can name at least a dozen countries with worse dictators than Saddam but i didnt see rush to liberate them.

    and that mission accomplished banner still haunts me to this day.

  • Luke Givens

    Lie about WMD and start a war == A totally cool true patriot.
    Saying that one of the people who lied about WMD and started a war has blood on his hands == appalling and despicable.
    Got it. Thanks.

    • Richard Jefferies

      You are talking about Bill and Hillary Clinton, Ted Kennedy, Nancy Pelosi, and John Kerry, aren’t you? If not, maybe you should shut your festering gob and read the following:

    • J. Cox

      Funny thing is you ignorant low info prog…there was no lie about WMD’s…or did you not actually read about all the material we did find.How about we ask the Kurds if they thought the Iraqi’s had WMD,or how about 1 million dead Iranians.Sucks when actual facts don’t fit your moronic narrative.Do some research and come back when your troll wears off.

  • Republicanvet

    Typical sniveling leftists still whining about blood and war crimes while ignoring Fast and Furious, ignoring Benghazi, and Barky Kardashian not being able to say it is unconstitutional to kill Americans on American soil with drone strikes.

  • Bill_H_T

    Only Twitchy would find those tweets “appaling”, but not the fact
    that there were no WMD’s in Iraq, that, “Saddam did not trust al-Qa’ida
    or any other radical Islamist group and did not want to cooperate with
    them.”, that thousands of Americans soldiers were killed or wounded
    there (for what again, Twitchy?), that an even greater number of
    innocent Iraqi civilians were killed for no reason, that even with that
    many forces on the ground it took an insane amount of time to find the
    man responsible for 9/11 — who was neither in Iraq, or Afghanistan,
    when killed. But, yeah, keep up the fake outrage towards a bunch of

    • J. Cox

      Yes there were you dolt.But since you were not there or cared to do anything except parrot the same crap,totally expected.

      • Bill_H_T

        “In his final word, the CIA’s top weapons inspector in Iraq said Monday
        that the hunt for weapons of mass destruction has “gone as far as
        feasible” and has found nothing, closing an investigation into the
        purported programs of Saddam Hussein that were used to justify the 2003
        invasion.” (AP, April 25th, 2005)

        • J. Cox

          There were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq after all.

          The massive cache of almost 400,000 Iraq war documents released by the WikiLeaks Web site revealed that small amounts of chemical weapons were found in Iraq and continued to surface for years after the 2003 US invasion, Wired magazine reported.

          The documents showed that US troops continued to find chemical weapons and labs for years after the invasion, including remnants of Saddam Hussein’s chemical weapons arsenal — most of which had been destroyed following the Gulf War.

          In August 2004, American troops were able to buy containers from locals of what they thought was liquid sulfur mustard, a blister agent, the documents revealed. The chemicals were triple-sealed and taken to a secure site.

          Also in 2004, troops discovered a chemical lab in a house in Fallujah during a battle with insurgents. A chemical cache was also found in the city.

          I was there..I was in a NBC unit.

          Some of these discoveries have been known for years. To the extent that the media covered these at all, these finds were generally treated as long-forgotten leftovers that somehow never got addressed by the Iraqi military in twelve years of UN inspections. That, however, disregards completely the kind of totalitarian state that Hussein had imposed on Iraq, up to the minute that circumstances forced him into his spider hole in 2003. Had Saddam Hussein wanted those weapons destroyed, no lower-ranking military officer would have dared defy him by keeping them hidden. It would have taken dozens of officers to conspire to move and hide those weapons, as well as a like number of enlisted men, any and all of whom could have been a spy for the Hussein clique.

          But please,tell me and others who were there on the ground that no new WMD’s means none were there.Please,I am sure the Army’s chemical units that were over there finding this stuff as well as materials such as yellowcake were seeing things.

          • John (it true me am)

            Thank you for this. The whole “no WMDs” line is old and just one of those things repeated so many times people assume it is true. And of course many people think WMD = Nukes and nothing else to begin with.

        • RightThinking1

          “Without question, we need to disarm Saddam Hussein. He is a brutal, murderous dictator, leading an oppressive regime … He presents a particularly grievous threat because he is so consistently prone to miscalculation
          … And now he is miscalculating America’s response to his continued deceit and his consistent grasp for weapons of mass destruction … So the threat of Saddam Hussein with weapons of mass destruction is real…”

          Sen. John F. Kerry (D, MA), Jan. 23. 2003

      • Bill_H_T

        “The defector who convinced the White House that Iraq had a secret biological weapons programme has admitted for the first time that he lied about his story, then watched in shock as it was used to justify the war.

        Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi, codenamed Curveball by German and American intelligence officials who dealt with his claims, has told the Guardian that he fabricated tales of mobile bioweapons trucks and clandestine factories in an attempt to bring down the Saddam Hussein regime, from which he had fled in 1995.” (The Gaurdian, 15th February, 2011)

      • Bill_H_T

        “As it turned out, none of this was true. Relentless economic sanctions since the Gulf War had crippled Iraq’s economy and driven basic measures of national wellbeing, like childhood mortality and lifespan, through the floor. Saddam had given up all of his chemical weapons stockpiles, abandoned efforts at biological weapons, and had no ongoing nuclear work of any kind. Today these are indisputable facts.

        There was no reason to suspect Hussein would arm Al Qaeda, a terrorist group that hated his regime almost as much as it hates the US, with chemical weapons, thus losing control of when, if, and against whom they’d be used. So far in human history, no government has done that. And he knew that such an action would almost certainly precipitate the US-led invasion that he’d long feared.” (Yahoo News, March 18th, 2013)

        • J. Cox

          Yahoo news…ROFL

        • RightThinking1


          Gosh…, that isn’t what Hillary Clinton thought:

          “In the four years since the inspectors left, intelligence reports show that Saddam Hussein has worked to rebuild his chemical and biological weapons stock, his missile delivery capability, and his nuclear program. He has also given aid, comfort, and sanctuary to terrorists, including al
          Qaeda members … It is clear, however, that if left unchecked, Saddam Hussein will continue to increase his capacity to wage biological and chemical warfare, and will keep trying to develop nuclear weapons.”

          Sen. Hillary Clinton (D, NY), Oct 10, 2002

          • Judy B

            Hat tip.

    • Judy B

      How many military & civilian deaths is Obama responsible for? Better check those numbers, idgit, before you go throwing stones.

  • Carol Lancaster

    all u morons voted for commie ocrama did,nt u go live in cuba an try saying things like that there u will be hereing a knock on your door pre bush was a ten times better person then the commie in there now u have your head in the sand

    • Bill_H_T

      Maybe Mitt Romney can teach you how to spell and use punctuation.

      • J. Cox

        Maybe you can learn how to research and not parrot talking points.Maybe you will realize Romney has nothing to do with Iraq,or this discussion.Maybe you can look up the word fact instead of ad hominem attacks on grammar.Just maybe,you dolts on the left will look at what a craphole you create where-ever you are in power and realize blaming everyone else for your failures get a net sum of 0 accomplished.Then again,you vote people like Obama who did not vote to defund the war,and,since he personally killed Bin Laden,it makes it all OK.

        • Bill_H_T

          Another one who can’t write. What does it take for you guys to compose a single coherent sentence? Is that hard, huh?

          • Cambria

            Another pathetic liberal grasping for straws :) I love it!

          • Vanakatherock

            Wait, you’re criticizing people for spelling and punctuation, yet you are using poor grammar?

            Hypocrite much?

            And, just in case you want to play dumb, this is from your first reply to Carol Lancaster: “Maybe Mitt Romney can to teach you how to spell and use punctuation.”

            Can to teach? Horrible grammar. Grammar troll fails at life.

          • Hired Mind

            Many a court case have been decided by the best-spelling attorney.

          • J. Cox

            Shorter you…I can’t rebut this,so I will grammar NAZI you.

          • VerminMcCann

            Another one who can’t write.<==== This is not a sentence.

          • John (it true me am)

            I think he is just asking us to keep it down to one sentence replies so he can comprehend them. Too many word in row hard, make brain hurt.

  • Maxx

    If you want to confuse a liberal who is cackling about conservatives and the war in Iraq, just ask them how many times Senator Obama voted to defund it.

    Not a indictment on Rumsfeld, rather an indictment on liberal hypocrisy about Iraq and their chosen one, who to no great surprise, gets a free pass…not only on Iraq but on drones hovering stateside, which remarkably, they seem to not have a problem with.

    Go figure.

  • Right Wired

    I don’t get it..did liberals want Saddam to continue to execute women and children by throwing them into wood chippers? Are they actually *for* this?

    • J. Cox

      But…#WaronWomen…..and they care more for people with darker skin than anyone else….oh wait,they can’t vote for them,nm.

    • False Benjamin

      There are many hideous regimes and horrifying human rights violations throughout the world. Is it the best use of the US military and US tax money to topple them all? Have we no problems of our own? Perhaps before we remove slivers from the eyes of others, we should remove the plank from ourselves.

    • Steve

      No, but nice straw man argument, jacknut

      • Right Wired

        So explain your position, rather than just vomiting a canned commie pinko retort. Bush, Cheney want to save children from being murdered. You do not. Go.

  • Howzah123

    Liberal Fascist mob on full display. Pure hate.

  • Republicanvet

    Andres, rather that letting your Rummie Butt-Hurt continue to make you look foolish, do some research at the UN web site on what the inspectors found, and on the tons of material they knew he had, but could not account for. Then, do some research on Gen. Sada and what he said, and finally, what was reported about satellite images showing convoys of trucks going to Syria just before the war started.

    ….or you can continue like a typical lib and lecture others on how educated you think you are while spouting lame talking points.

    • Bill_H_T

      You guys don’t get it, do you? It’s not about what was already there in some storage room from god-knows-when. It was about “proving” that Saddam was trying to acquire new WMD’s to sell to terrorists groups because, ah yes, “We don’t want the smoking gun to be a mushroom cloud…” as Condoleeza Rice said then. Please, keep defending the people who sent American soldiers to their deaths in Iraq because of faulty intel and/or outright lies. It makes them sleep better at night.

      • VerminMcCann

        Wow. I swear I saw goalposts around here somewhere, but now they’re nowhere to be found. Someone must have moved them.

      • John (it true me am)

        You know what always gets me about this “faulty intel and outright lies” line? Saddam was actively courting the image. Even if(and that is a big if) you assume all was well in the state of Iraq, Saddam was then attempting to make the world think otherwise in order to make himself out to be more powerful than he was. (Kicking out weapons inspectors and what not.)

        If someone points an unloaded gun at you and says they are going to shoot you in the face, you shoot back, you don’t wait to find out if it was loaded or not. ‘Cause guess what? You don’t know.

        It is the job to go forward based on the best intelligence available, and there is nothing that has ever shown that to not be the case.

  • Republicanvet

    Andres, again, look at the 17 UN resolutions and point out which ones were about acquiring “new” WMD’s.

    • Bill_H_T

      “During its investigation, the ISG reported that “[a] total of 53 munitions have been recovered, all of which appear to have been part of pre-1991 Gulf war stocks based on their physical condition and residual components.” These isolated discoveries received significant media attention, and it’s likely that these overhyped reports contributed to your friends’ beliefs that Iraq really did possess WMDs. But the finds were rare, and the ISG concluded that they were not part of a significant stockpile of weapons. Indeed, after nearly two years of investigation, the ISG concluded that:

      Saddam ended the nuclear program in 1991 following the Gulf war. ISG found no evidence to suggest concerted efforts to restart the program.

      While a small number of old, abandoned chemical munitions have been discovered, ISG judges that Iraq unilaterally destroyed its undeclared chemical weapons stockpile in 1991. There are no credible indications that Baghdad resumed production of chemical munitions thereafter.

      In practical terms, with the destruction of the Al Hakam facility, Iraq abandoned its ambition to obtain advanced BW [biological warfare] weapons quickly. ISG found no direct evidence that Iraq, after 1996, had plans for a new BW program or was conducting BW-specific work for military purposes.”

      Experts from the three nations failed to document any existent biological or nuclear weapons and discovered only a few random chemical weapons. The ISG concluded that contrary to what most of the world had believed, Iraq had abandoned attempts to produce WMDs. In his congressional testimony, the head of the ISG, Charles Duelfer, admitted, ‘We were almost all wrong” on Iraq.'”

      Again, Veteran, what is so obscure about this from the Iraq Survey Group Final Report?

      • Judy B

        How many & which Democrats voted “go”?

  • Republicanvet

    Andres, just for you. Note how long it took to uncover what he had. Note the report on knowing he had tons more, but could not account for it. You can dismiss it as old like other leftists, but also note the inspectors were booted out of the country before they could find everything.

    The following information was reported to the UN by UNSCOM inspectors,and is listed in the UN?s own book on the subject titled,The United Nations and the Iraq-Kuwait Conflict 1990-1996.

    Note the dates included with the reports, and how long it took to force Saddam to admit what he stockpiled.

    Below is the link to where it is currently listed.

    Below that are some excerpts from the book. session=116909OJ4556F.190&profile=bib&uri=full=3100001~!380955~!6&ri=3&aspect=power&menu=search&source=~!horizon#focus

    The United Nations and the Iraq-Kuwait Conflict 1990-1996.

    I bought this book from the UN’s web site in 1997. It is still offered for sale there as a part of their “Blue Book series” although you would not recognize the incredible information contained in the book based on the description posted at their site.

    I believe most of the reports by the Executive Chairman of UNSCOM could be accessed at the UN web site separately.

    Some word-for-word excerpts from the UN book:

    18 April 1991 In Iraq’s first declaration regarding weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missiles,denies having weapons grade nuclear material,a biological weapons program or any super guns. It also declares holdings of ballistic missiles and chemical weapons.

    7-18 July 1991 The third IAEA inspection uncovers large stocks of natural uranium and 15 kilograms of highly enriched uranium,and reveals the existence of various uranium enrichment programs.

    2-8 August 1991 UNSCOM conducts its first biological inspection of Iraqi facilities and uncovers a major biological program. Seed stocks of three biological warfare agents are handed over to the team,and the team removes three further potential warfare strains.

    21 February-24 March 1992 The first chemical destruction team destroys 463 nerve agent filled rockets,i.e. approximately 2.5 tons of agent.

    1 July 1995 Iraq admits to having had a full-scale offensive biological weapons program.

    4 August 1995 Iraq gives UNSCOM a written account of their biological weapons program but denies efforts to weaponize agents.

    7 August 1995 Gen. Hussein Kamel Hassan, former director of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile programs defects from Iraq to Jordan.

    17 August 1995 Iraq admits it produced biological weapons,a crash program to produce nuclear weapons and made greater progress in producing VX nerve agent.

    20 August 1995 Iraq gives UNSCOM 680,000 pages of printed documents,computer disks,videotapes,microfilm and microfiche relating to its banned weapons programs.

    25 October 1991 Report by Executive Chairman of UNSCOM

    Iraq acknowledged possessing 46,000 filled chemical weapons stored at various sites throughout Iraq.

    Conclusive documentary evidence was found at two Iraqi facilities showing Iraq had a program for developing nuclear weapons.

    In the course of inspection of Tammuz (Al Taqqadum) Air Base,200 aerial bombs filled with mustard agent were counted and recorded.

    The team examined 30 chemical filled ballistic missile warheads declared by Iraq in the Dujayl area. 14 were binary type filled with isopropanol and cyclohexanol with only DF needing to be added to produce nerve agent prior to use. 56 plastic containers of DF were found. Iraq stated 16 warheads were filled with a mixture of GB and GF nerve agents.

    At Al Bakr Air Base,25 type 250 gauge aerial bombs and 135 type 500 aerial bombs filled with mustard agent were declared by Iraq.

    At Al Taji,6,000 empty aluminum containers intended for filling with nerve agent and inserted into 122-millimeter warheads were found.

    At Al Fallujah Proving Ground,Iraq declared the storage of 6,394 mustard-filled 155-millimeter artillery shells. Analysis confirmed the presence of mustard agent.

    Of the 14 warheads mentioned above as being filled with chemicals,just prior to their destruction,the senior Iraqi official present said 4 were filled with the nerve agent Sarin.

    Iraq has declared 6,120 sarin nerve agent filled 122-millimeter rocket warheads and their attendant motors.

    Iraq provided seed stocks of biological warfare agents to the team consisting of Clostridium botulinum,Clostridium perfringens and Bacillus anthracis. Iraq also possessed the following micro-organisms-Brucellus abortus,Brucella melitensis,Francisella tularensis and various strains of Clostridium botulinum.

    At one undisclosed site,30 SCUD warheads filled with chemicals were found.

    Second report of the Executive Chairman of UNSCOM 4 December 1991

    Iraq’s recent record in the nuclear area is consistent with,if less dramatic than,its actions over the last six months that included the concealment of evidence of plutonium separation,of uranium enrichment,and of nuclear weapons development,of refusal to permit inspection teams to enter some sites and exit others,and confiscation of documents from inspectors in the course of an inspection.

    At Al Tuz,Khamisiyah,and Muhammadiyat numbers of munitions were discovered, including but not limited to 122 mm rockets,which were considered to be in too unsafe a condition to move and for which a drilling and draining (of nerve agent) would be very hazardous.

    Report by the IAEA to the Security Council by Hans Blix

    These consisted of 68 fuel assemblies of 36% enrichment with a U-235 content of 1.27 Kilograms. In addition,there was a set of fresh fuel plates for the Tamus-2 reactor (French MTR type) with an enrichment of 93% and a total U-235 content of 372 grams.

    Since the declarations of 18 and 27 April, inspections have resulted in some 400 tons of additional material being declared by Iraq “natural uranium in many forms, ranging from yellowcake to processed chemicals” Much of the material had been concealed by dispersion or burial in desert areas.

    The major discovery has been that of the Electromagnetic Isotope Separation (EMIS) program and its extent. A major concealment effort was made by Iraq to hide the existence of its program from inspectors,equipment being dispersed and in many cases buried in remote areas.

    Third Report of the Executive Chairman of UNSCOM 16 June 1992

    A new development was the Iraqi admission of 19 March 1992 that it had omitted to declare 24,470 chemical munitions and these weapons had been unilaterally destroyed in direct contravention of resolution 687.

    Fourth Report of the Executive Chairman of UNSCOM 17 December 1992

    The agents which Iraq had available were mustard agent,the nerve agents GB and GF (and also about 70 tons of “spoiled” GA) and small research quantities of three other nerve agents. The total quantities involved are approximately 250-300 tons.

    Of the filled munitions,mortar bombs were filled with CS,the 155mm shells are filled with mustard and the 122mm rockets are filled with nerve agents,either GB or a GB/GF mix. The aerial bombs are filled with either mustard agent or nerve agents. Some of the SCUD chemical warheads are filled with GB,the others designed to use the binary process.

    The number and quantity of munitions and agent destroyed by the Special Commission as of 14 December 1992 were on the order of:

    5,000 sarin-filled 122mm rockets 44,500 liters of GB/GF 120 liters of GB 5,000 liters of D4 1,100 liters of dichlorethane 16.5 tons of thiodiglycol 5.5 tons of mustard agent

    Report of the Secretary-General 11 October 1995

    The Commission has concluded that VX was produced on an industrial scale.

    Significant in this context is Iraq’s admission in September 1995 of the production in 1990 of 65 tons of choline,a chemical used exclusively for production of VX. This amount would be sufficient for the production of approximately 90 tons of VX. Furthermore,Iraq had over 200 tons each of the precursors phosphorus pentasulphide anddi-ispropylamine. These quantities would be sufficient to produce 400 tons of VX. At present,there is no conclusive evidence to support Iraq’s claims concerning the complete disposal of these two precursors and the choline.

    Iraq has admitted the development of prototypes of binary sarin-filled artillery shells,122mm rockets and aerial bombs. However the new documentation shows production well beyond prototype levels. Iraq has also admitted three flight tests of long-range missiles with chemical warheads,including one,in April 1990, with sarin.

    The foot and mouth disease plant at Daura was converted to biological weapons production of botulinum toxin. The plant was used for production of botulinum toxin from November 1990 until 15 January 1991 by which time 5,400 liters of concentrated toxin had been produced. Production of perfringens for biological weapons began at Al Hakam in August 1990. A total of 340 liters of concentrated perfringens was produced.

    Weaponization of biological warfare agents began on a large scale in December 1990 at Muthanna. R400 bombs were selected as the appropriate munition for aerial delivery and 100 were filled with botulinum toxin,50 with anthrax,and 16 with aflatoxin. In addition,25 Al Hussein warheads were filled with botulinum toxin (13),anthrax (10),and aflatoxin (2). These weapons were then deployed at four locations in early January 1991 during the war.

    In summary,Iraq has declared the production of at least 19,000 liters of concentrated botulinum toxin,(nearly 10,000 liters were filled into munitions), 8,500 liters of concentrated anthrax (some 6,500 liters were filled into munitions) and 2,200 liters of concentrated aflatoxin (1,580 liters were filled into munitions).

    In spite of the substantial new disclosures made by Iraq in August 1995,the Commission does not believe that Iraq has given a full and correct account of its biological weapons program.

    To summarize the book,it is an 844-page compilation of important documents, reports,or other information regarding the UN and its activities in Iraq since 1990, including summaries of reports from what was found by the UN inspectors making up UNIKOM and UNSCOM.

    It cost me about $54.00 when I ordered the book from the UN web site.

    • J. Cox

      Thank You

  • descolada9

    It is at times like this that I wonder what country I am living in. How is it that we have such unintelligent, uncouth, unreasoning people masquerading as citizens? (Glances at the Department of Education) Never mind…

  • Republicanvet

    Andres said…” The ISG concluded that contrary to what most of the world had believed,”…

    …but it’s all Rumsfeld’s fault right?

    What part of that report addressed what Gen. Sada reported or what the satellite imagery showed?

  • Vanakatherock

    The funniest part about all the faux liberal outrage is, they can’t make up their little minds as to how many people they claim died during the Iraqi war.





    • Steve

      yeah that’s pretty f*cking funny

    • Steve

      all the “fake” outrage over thousands of people dying

  • VerminMcCann

    It’s so unlike the libs to resort to hysterical name calling. I’m shocked.

  • SideshowJon36

    All these folks are strangely silent on Barry’s Drones

  • RightThinking1

    The Left put me in mind of a lynch mob, swirling around Sadaam’s scaffold and shouting “Hang him!, Hang him!”. And then later saying…”Oh…, you shouldn’t have hung him, you murderer!”

  • Donna W

    Wow…just …wow. There are no words. The Left has gone totally ’round the bend.

  • James McEnanly

    If it weren’t for Iraqi freedom, rather than just Ahmadinejad trying to develop nuclear weapons, he would be in a race with with Saddam Hussein or the more murderous of his two sons.