Syria and chemical weapons: What can ...

Syria and chemical weapons: What can the U.S. do now?

There are 1 comment on the The Washington Post story from Dec 12, 2012, titled Syria and chemical weapons: What can the U.S. do now?. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Danielle Pletka: Earlier this year, Barack Obama announced that a red line for the United States would be Syrian President Bashar el Assad's movement, transfer or use of Syria's ample chemical weapons stockpile.

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Waterford, CT

#1 Dec 12, 2012
The US military estimated that it would take 75,000 US troops on the ground to secure those WMDs and keep them away from the AlQaeda and Islamic extremist forces. If those weapons are unleashed, thousands of troops and civilians could perish. And what about the biological WMDs that could rapidly spread from person to person??

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