1. I think at one point early on in the invasion, $2.6 billion that Saddam had stashed in cash simply evaporated into thin air. Of course, hundreds of trucks were required to haul away all that money, yet it disappeared. Missing weapons is not surprising at all. The whole Iraqi operation is a calamity.

  2. I’m curious as to why the U.S. was issuing AK-47s and where they came from. Were these from Saddam’s armory, or were they purchased by the U.S.? The U.S. doesn’t make them, and I find it odd that we would purchase arms from abroad for our allies rather than selling them our own (the usual practice).

  3. It’s things like this that kind of prove that there isn’t a massive conspiracy to take over the world. The powers that be are too careless, stupid and lazy.

  4. It’s easy to find where they are. Look for Halliburton. While you’re there, see if you can recover some of the billions they’ve been funnelled.

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