What the hell are you talking about? Yes "we" (meaning the US military) put great weight on the accuracy of our weapons. But "them" (meaning folks who lob chemical weapons on scud missiles) do not.
I thought we were talking about folks launching chemical payloads on rockets that randomly hit a spot within a 5 mile diameter circle. Their weapons are *not* accurate. Using Chemical weapons on those sorts of rockets is fine because in that case you don't care how accurate they are. But that doesn't magically make them accurate. WTF?
1. No, you got off on a tangent. This thread was created on why the US should care what weapons other nations have while we're here crying over the right to "bear arms". The response was that chemical, biological, nuclear,etc. weapons are not accurate because they cover a large area and can't be directed to a single target.. I responded that it is accurate because it attacks the desired target, a city. You then created fictional weapons with horrible accuracy to prove a point. HOWEVER, these WMD were never restricted to missiles or rockets. I can have a smart bomb, which was admitted to be accurate, with chemical gas and detonate it on the desired target. You can't get any more accurate than being on top of your target.
2. Given the fact that actual detailed data on weapons are often kept at least a SECRET level of any nation, I would say that you're creating fictional weapons again.
3. Just because the US has the best military in the world, doesn't mean that a poor country can't have the means of getting good firearms.