Bush Budget Increases Risk of Chemical Warfare Agent Exposure Danger in U.S.
Neutralizing the threat from weapons of mass destruction (WMD) at home [in the United States] should be a priority even with the deficit soaring. For $2 billion, Kentucky could be rid of more than a million pounds of mustard, sarin and VX gases. That's a drop compared to the $130 billion the United States has already wasted chasing WMD that Iraq did not have.
Starmail - 18. Jan, 17:55