Is it just me, or are you just as tired of hearing the phrase "weapons of mass destruction"? Anytime a news story comes up about Iraq or Al Queda, there has to be one mention of those highly destructive weapons. Why do newscasters keep using the now cliche phrase? I now propose alternative expressions for the term "weapons of mass destruction".
- Highly destructive weapons
- Weapons of widespread destruction
- Weapons that do a lot of damage
- Weapons that kill a lot of people
- Lethal weapons
- Nuclear bombs
- Nuclear weapons....