Syria's chemical arms are dual threat

  • Article by: PATRICK J. MCDONNELL , Los Angeles Times
  • Updated: December 5, 2012 - 11:43 PM

U.S. is worried that regime might use weapons against rebels - and that rebels might capture the weapons.

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ndterminatorDec. 6, 12 5:27 AM

Ah, the Dear Leader's famed "red line", so respected by our enemies across the globe. Reminds me of the Robin Williams bit where he says stop... or I'll say stop again. Here's a question for he & his minions, what are you going to do when the rebels take a base on which some of this stuff is stored? You know, some of those Al-Quaida linked guys? Gonna threaten them with a red line too?

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kleindropperDec. 6, 12 6:50 AM

Everybody knows there is no such thing as WMDs. Of course they weren't moved from Iraq to Syria in 2003, therefore they don't exist. There is nothing to worry about here so go back to watching the Jersey Shore everybody.

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cks1950Dec. 6, 12 7:04 AM

Why is the administration of Blame spreading lies about weapons of mass destruction? Is it a pretext for an invasion of Syria?

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elheffeDec. 6, 12 7:16 AM

The new "They Have Yellow Cake and I Can't Wait to Invade Diaries". The sarin is supposedly "hot" for the next 60 days. Standard US reponse is to "smart" carpet bomb. Anyone see any potential problems? We are allied with the same people that killed our man in Egypt. The propaganda and hypocrisy that Americans swallow is stunning as we attempt to check off another ME country on Gen Clarks list of destabilization.

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