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To: Ish who wrote (148915)10/25/2004 9:46:56 AM
From: Sun Tzu  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 281500
So the nuclear bomb making materials and equipment were there before the start of the war?

You are trying to set a trap to get an answer you can easily spin. Nice try. Read again:

VIENNA, Austria - Several hundred tons of conventional explosives are missing from a former Iraqi military facility that once played a key role in Saddam Hussein (news - web sites)'s efforts to build a nuclear bomb, the U.N. nuclear agency confirmed Monday.

To: Ish who wrote (148915)10/25/2004 4:13:15 PM
From: Michael Watkins  Respond to of 281500

The administration screws around with the IAEA (why have not the required movement of materials reports been filed, on time, by the US/Coalition Forces?) -- and meanwhile, the Bush admin fails, yet again, to comprehend the situation and ground game in Iraq.