The sarin/taurin rockets, mustard shells - they're real. And horrifying. But 'WMD' ? I know many chemical weapons fall under the 'wmd' umbrella but without a sophisticated delivery system like modern ballistic missiles they don't represent such a threat. I'm sure you yourself can attest that the gas was stored with, and intended to be used with, very rudimentary rocket systems featuring limited ranges. Those rockets and deadly gas cache's would never be used as a casus belli to justify an invasion, and yet...that's what happened. Kind of. I guess the point I'm trying to make is that you're both right, from a certain point of view. There weren't really WMD in Iraq the likes of what Colin Powell dreampt up in his worst anthrax-laden nightmares - but there were chemical weapons all the same, and they are technically classified as WMD even if Saddam lacked the capabilities to fully deploy them.