Friday, December 03, 2004

HMX, RDX, M-O-U-S-E

You remember the election campaign right? You remember how the New York Slimes and SeeBS News ran a joint hitpiece on the President accusing him of personally failing to secure 300 tons of high-grade explosives? Do you also remember how on December 3rd, the day after the election this massive threat to our poor, beleagured troops suddenly dropped off the headlines? Now that the campaign is over apparently so is teh concern for the missing explosives.

Good too (kinda) because it would only serve to embarrass the Democrats even more; first for their collusion with the biased media and the disgraced head of the IAEA, Mohammed al Baradei; then for the fact that their poster boy for GWB's moral excesses (that would be mass-murderer Saddam Hussein) stole the explosives from UN monitored and sealed storage facilities. Via the UK Independent:
As American forces closed in on Baghdad last year, senior members of Saddam Hussein's government devised a plan to send suicide bombers in vehicles packed with devastating high-energy explosives that were under UN safeguards.

In a sad display of instant karma we here how the explosives that the IAEA, which is a UN organization, refused to destroy after repeated American requests came back to bite the UN in the ass:
The Iraqi regime took credit for several suicide bombs towards the end of the war. After the fall of Saddam, one of the worst attacks - which killed 22 UN workers and the special envoy, Sergio Vieira de Mello, in August 2003 - had an explosive force that could only have come from military grade explosives.

And yet al Baradei tried to pin this on Bush, because we want him out. He failed to uncover the Pakistani weapon sales of Dr. Kahn, he failed to uncover Libya's WMD projects and was powerless to stop the Norks yet he remains disgruntled enough to try and influence elections in the US with trumped up stories and blame shifting.

Of course the explosives are still out there, and al Baradei is still to blame--again. The only thing that has changed is the Dems don't care now because they lost, the UN is still their buddy and why worry about American GI's after all.

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