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Discussion in '2006 Archive' started by LadyEagle, Dec 27, 2006.
What a jackass.
No serentlity in the flames of Hell
Too little, too late. He can't offer up his life now.
Yeah, some people can't even get past the fact Sadaam wasn't tried in the Hague by an "international court", but at least this way, his sentence means something.
His supporters are just using this death sentence to make further a martyr of him, as if that's possible.
He's in only following in the footsteps of the thousands that he previously offered as sacrifices.
Will their be rioting and unrest in Iraq when the executioner performs their duties? How about the rest of the world, will we feel the impact?
This man worshipped at the altar of Hitler's foreign and domestic policy, let him suffer the fate that Hitler ought to have had.
Give him the benefit of a good IFB pastor to counsel him about his soul and then hang "im high.
And the thousands that have sacrificed their own lives to make Iraq a better place.
I appreciate Sadaam's gesture. His death will make Iraq a better place.