lol! Speculation isn't evidence son.<quoted text>
You want overwhelming evidence?
The fact of Syrian use of chemical weapons should call the conventional wisdom about Iraq into question. The two countries were linked by their ruling Baathist parties and, as neighbors, engaged in trade, both legal and illegal, before the war. In 2006, Georges Sada, a former general of Saddams air force, detailed in his book,Saddams Secrets, how Saddam had secretly moved much of his WMD material to Syria before the U.S.-led invasion under the cover of providing relief to Syrian earthquake victims. Sadas claim was supported by other sources as well. In 2004, a Syrian defector, Nizar Nayouf claimed that Iraqi WMDs had been hidden at three sites in Syria. Nayoufs story appeared in the Dutch paper Der Telegraaf and is summarized on WorldThreats.com . Satellite reconnaissance photos from 2010 published in Israels Haaretz show Syrian military facilities in the same areas that Nayouf fingered. The same sites were identified in the 2004 book End Game by General Thomas McInerney and Paul Vallely as well as another former Iraqi general, Ali Ibrahim al-Tikriti.
This evidence should at least be taken into serious consideration.
So try not to be so stubborn. Or gullible. Whichever.
After all, bushie boy had 'proof' there were wmd's in iraq...
... and he never found a thing!