December 29, 2006

Reuters: Saddam's Execution Means He Will Never Face Justice For Other Charges
— Ace

Ohh, that's good, chocolatey bias, compelling and rich.

During his three decades in power, Saddam was accused of widespread oppression of political opponents and genocide against Kurds in northern Iraq. His execution means he will never face justice on those charges.

Guess he beat us, huh?

Thanks to Rodney.

Posted by: Ace at 07:11 PM | Comments (92)
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Diggin DEEP for that negative spin!

That's real journalism, eh?

Posted by: 5Cats at December 29, 2006 07:14 PM (cVijR)

2 Fucker jay-walked once, too.  There ain't no justice.

Posted by: cranky at December 29, 2006 07:16 PM (Xj2Ev)

3 I guess this confirms those pricks over at Reuters don't believe in hell.

Posted by: Bitter Pill at December 29, 2006 07:18 PM (86S3r)

4 Guess we should have cloned him first.

Posted by: eman at December 29, 2006 07:19 PM (FWrFx)

Posted by: krakatoa at December 29, 2006 07:20 PM (WXq/C)

6 I guess technically they're right but wow. Just wow.

Posted by: Sean at December 29, 2006 07:21 PM (liq+Z)

7 See, that Joe Ragoo kid was right.  You need to be an expert to create that kind of shit. Do you really think some moron in his jammies can come up with that?  Leave it to the pros kids.

Posted by: Drew at December 29, 2006 07:24 PM (gNyUT)

8 His execution means he will never run naked in an open Spring field.


Posted by: z ryan at December 29, 2006 07:24 PM (zqgUK)

9 Squirrelfuckinglystupid.

Posted by: eman at December 29, 2006 07:26 PM (FWrFx)

10 I am not into snuff films, but this one I would like to watch. Ofcourse, CNN, which had no problems showing terrorists trying to kill US soldiers, will have moral objection to showing Saddam meeting his just end.

If Allah is as just as Muslims claim, Saddam must be getting cornholed by 72 virgin GayBears.

Posted by: Tushar D at December 29, 2006 07:26 PM (9ULFg)

11 Before Saddam went swing dancing, Hannity and Colmes had some gal with the last name Cho (?) complaining that Saddam didn't get a fair trial, and that although "there may be evidence out there" of his guilt in crimes against humanity, she didn't see it, and therefore can't be sure of his guilt. Further since the judge was removed from his trial, it was obvious he didn't get a fair trial. (Now, did the judge get removed in the second trial, instead of the first? The judge who started out calling Saddam 'your excellency', and then went on to extol President Saddam's virtues, etc...)?
Anyhow, it was all so unfair to her, and therefore illegitimate.
And somehow Bush's fault.

Posted by: Uncle Jefe at December 29, 2006 07:26 PM (v8AIE)

12 Wait! We can still abuse the corpse, can't we? Dammit. If only the MSM had picked up on this sooner we could've at least TORTURED him some. You know, 'cause the MSM wants to see justice done and all.

Posted by: ss at December 29, 2006 07:30 PM (rRNqo)

13 We should have tortured Saddam not to get at Saddam, but to get at the Drive-By Media.

Sisters in Solidarity with Saddam!

Posted by: z ryan at December 29, 2006 07:31 PM (zqgUK)

14 Wizbang reported that a Boston Glob (which is the NY Times in short pants) editorial was weeping and wailing about how it wasn't right to execute Saddam because he needed to be tried for all his other crimes.

So thank you and a big "WTF?" to the Glob for that one.

Posted by: OregonMuse at December 29, 2006 07:33 PM (dA8LR)

15 Good riddence.

Posted by: Jenn at December 29, 2006 07:34 PM (d3Ou4)

16 Good riddence.

Posted by: Jenn at December 29, 2006 07:34 PM (d3Ou4)

17 Well, just lock up the dead body for 40 years or so.

Posted by: bbeck at December 29, 2006 07:35 PM (qF8q3)

18 Wow, pantywastes. Oh, so sad he won't 'face justice on those charges'.

Except, yeah, he will. 'Cause as they say, "My Record, it will be there."

Man will it be an Oh-sheeit moment for Saddam when he's faced with the King.

But hey, anything to dampen the enthusiasm about a success in Iraq, and in the larger War on Terror.

Posted by: RiverCocytus at December 29, 2006 07:35 PM (Xghew)

19 ..... "oppression of political opponants" does that include putting people through the plastic shredder whilst their families watch, and the kiddie prision?

Posted by: deedee at December 29, 2006 07:38 PM (msF3h)

20 Holy fucking Shiite! Someone at DailyKos just suggested that this was timed to bury the news of John Edwards declaring his candidacy. Do these guys eat nothing but cat scat?

Posted by: Tushar D at December 29, 2006 07:40 PM (9ULFg)

21 Dammit Tushar, not imagery I needed...think they all be Sully?

Posted by: Sinistar at December 29, 2006 07:41 PM (kJNdy)

22 Doesn't Iraq have any "Hate Crime" laws? If they could've gotten him on a hate crime maybe the MSM pussies would be satisfied! You reckon? I guess Iraq will need to try him in absentia for all that other shit.

Posted by: Sticky B at December 29, 2006 07:43 PM (wkjFE)

23 Not surprised by ANYTHING DU and Kossacks do or say.

Posted by: Sinistar at December 29, 2006 07:43 PM (kJNdy)

24 I guess the Kurds are out of lick. Justice for the gassing deaths by poison gas, which we gave to Saddam, is no longer an option.

Posted by: LittleBit at December 29, 2006 07:45 PM (E5fsY)

25 Not surprised by ANYTHING DU and Kossacks do or say. -Sinistar

Quoted for truth.

Posted by: z ryan at December 29, 2006 07:47 PM (zqgUK)

26 I sometimes wonder whether I should really hold partisan views about American politics. I am not even an American. But a quick visit to DailyKos clears up my head & shakes me back into good  sense.

Posted by: Tushar D at December 29, 2006 07:51 PM (9ULFg)

27 Fuck Cnn. I mean, really, fuck them with the hardest of Dick Cheney's morning wood. Their web page has a photo of Saddam with the years of his birth and death under it, like he was a respected world leader who passed in his sleep. I can't wait to see what they put up when Castro's death is formally announced.

Did I say FUCK CNN?

Posted by: Dr. Remulak at December 29, 2006 07:51 PM (piJWu)

28 The Palestinian flag above the Carter Center is at half-mast.

The NYT will print this story in dripping red ink.

Wolf Blitzer will quit in protest and wander the Earth in search of truth.

Bill Clinton will get head from an Iraqi exchange student.

Everyone in Europe will crap out a pineapple.


Dan Rather will say "Well, I guess Ol' Saddam managed to paint a cat in room full of '54 Chevies"

Posted by: eman at December 29, 2006 07:51 PM (FWrFx)

29 Eman, I imagine that a lot of Frenchies, Russkies, and Kofi Annan are secretly relieved. imagine what Saddam could have testified about had anyone had a REAL trial about his crimes.

Posted by: Dr. Remulak at December 29, 2006 07:53 PM (piJWu)

30 Tushar; I think you may be onto something with the cat shit.

I mean, with the kossax eating it.

I've changed litter enough times to know its seductive lure...

Ew, ok. That's as far as I can take that one.

Posted by: RiverCocytus at December 29, 2006 07:55 PM (Xghew)

31 Ah, there it is...
Justice for the gassing deaths by poison gas, which we gave to Saddam, is no longer an option.
The real reason lefties are so pissed that Saddam won't get another courtroom appearance...
An opportunity to try and put the US on trial just went swinging by.

Posted by: Uncle Jefe at December 29, 2006 07:55 PM (v8AIE)

32 In response to Remulak's CNN post:
FOXNews isn't even right-wing. It's just recognizable as American. CNN isn't.

Posted by: z ryan at December 29, 2006 07:57 PM (zqgUK)


Capital punishment has a deterrent effect (obviously the criminal won't be committing any more crimes).  After a decade in which Idi Amin died peacefully in Saudi Arabia, Mobutu died peacefully in France (wow, what a coinkidinky), Pol Pot died peacefully in a Cambodian camp, and Bill Clinton was acquitted, this serves as a warning to world leaders who fuck up their nations and schmeg up their neighborhoods:  we will find you, and we will kill you. 

Posted by: Big Fat Meanie at December 29, 2006 08:02 PM (TGDQC)

34 I'm sorry, buy exactly why can't we try him for his other crimes now? Just pickle him, prop him up in the court and let the games begin. Those trials would be even better than the first one since he would keep his frickin' mouth shut during them instead of ranting.

Better still, give the body to Disney, have them set up the animatronics and he can actually confess to his crimes, express contrition, and bow down before an image of George W. Bush.

Seriously, is it possible that there is a deeper meaning to what Reuters reported? Is it really possible that liberals feel that punishment isn't justice, but the trial itself is? What kind of mindset is that? Is it born of a radical opposition to any application of capital punishment (except in the case of George Bush)? Is it just that the media takes times like this to show how bend-over-backwards fair it is by arguing that even Saddam Hussein needs to be tried fully and fairly on all counts? What is it?

[iTunes just started playing "Renagade." Heh. "Hangman is comin' down from the gallows and I don't have very long.]

Posted by: Glen at December 29, 2006 08:03 PM (PmiCb)

35 You think terrestial media is biased, you should see the TV here. Either it's "All Hail Satan" all the time, or else it's reruns of "The View". Crap! I've only been here a couple of hours and it already sucks!

Posted by: Saddam Hussein at December 29, 2006 08:04 PM (MxsTt)

36 Z Ryan, I logged on to my PC at 9:45 PM. I came to AOS and saw the "Saddam Hanging Immenent" thread. I was puzzled because my nephew, who is an Army Ranger, is here for New Year's and told me that he was shipping out to Iraq next Wednesday..his mission: Guard Saddam until he was turned over to the Iraqis. I thought that Iraq would drag this out for a few more months, at least. Now, the kid is 21 and might have been spinning a tall tale for all I know, but I come on here and see that Saddam is pretty much dead. I start blog-hopping, and at Malkin, she has a screen shot of CNN's Saddam tribute. I then switch my TV to Fox, where Gretathe Ugly is interviewing a Saddam defense attorney.

I admit, I'm on my 10th beer and 5th shot of Grey Goose (sorry, no Valu-Rite on THIS holiday), and I may be rambling like WickedPinto....but if an asteroid destroyed the world tomorrow, I probably wouldn't be too upset. Cnn is the treason channel, no doubt, but Fox is much more liberal than many will admit. MY news channel, if I were a billionaire, would had had a countdown clock and confetti at 10 EDT, if not a live feed of the hanging.

But that's just me.

Posted by: Dr. Remulak at December 29, 2006 08:09 PM (piJWu)

37 Glen, I hear your point about the leftie media fixation on a "fair trial". I live in Philly, I've had to deal with the Mumidiots and their demands for a "fair trial" for Mumia, who unquestionably murdered a cop. Saddam should have been killed in his spider hole without prejudice, as far as I'm concerned. The new Iraq government held a trial, for what it was worth, and hunf the man ASAP. Good for them.

It seems that the only "fair trial" for the Left was the O.J. trial.

Sorry for the babbling and thread hogging, I'll go hide in the corner now.

Posted by: Dr. Remulak at December 29, 2006 08:16 PM (piJWu)

38 Well, there's still drawing and quartering, madame guillotine, disembowelment, and viking blood eagles still available at this point in time.

Deep freeze the fucker, then thaw him out and apply each one and refreeze as he's convicted in subsequent trials.

These clowns at Reuters simply have no imagination what so ever.

Posted by: Purple Avenger at December 29, 2006 08:25 PM (GlKkD)

39 The only sort of justice that really matters is a disapproving look from a European in a robe at The Hague.

Posted by: Clark at December 29, 2006 08:28 PM (PIy2C)

40 PA, I think they should have shot him full of BBs, doused him in aftershave, then flambe'd him with a match, hanging was too ethical.

Posted by: Sinistar at December 29, 2006 08:30 PM (kJNdy)

41 Ummm... could someone please put the word out that its not virgins. Its fucking sturgeons. I'm surrounded by a bunch of queer smelly fish and they're trying to cornhole me.

Posted by: Saddam's ghost at December 29, 2006 08:34 PM (GlKkD)

42 Educate

Posted by: LittleBit at December 29, 2006 08:34 PM (E5fsY)

43 HRW has proven itself not credible.

Posted by: Purple Avenger at December 29, 2006 08:36 PM (GlKkD)

44 Blow me, LB.
Aren't they missing you over at DU?
Saddam got some WMD from us.
Did we supply him with AK 47's, Russian helicopters and tanks, or maybe woodchippers?
Were those Americans throwing Iraqis off of buildings, and running rape rooms in Saddam's prisons?
You know what I like about rope?
It's cheap and re-usable.
Go find yourself some, and do the world a favor.

Posted by: Uncle Jefe at December 29, 2006 08:41 PM (v8AIE)

45 Oh yeah, that's believable. Thanks, LittleBits.

Posted by: Bart at December 29, 2006 08:41 PM (SS327)

46 Saddam Hussein is fucking dead.

That's the part I care about. Whatever happens in the future, at least one fucking dictator has assumed room temperature. I've hated that bastard since August of 1990, when I first heard his cursed name.

South Park was almost right, except Satan is the pitcher.

Posted by: PaleoMedic at December 29, 2006 08:44 PM (GRpJ1)

47 Y'know, the Kurds are very much deserving of justice, here.  They have made the northern parts of Iraq safer for our troops, making our job of fighting the insurgency much, much easier.

Think about it.

Posted by: LittleBit at December 29, 2006 08:44 PM (E5fsY)

48 LittleShit, been there, done that, Saddam was stirring the pot as much as he could, and was trying to rile up the Sunnis to cause chaos, or at least turn the trial into a circus. Theres a balance here, my guess is that the other trials will continue, and ultimately, justice was done.

Posted by: Sinistar at December 29, 2006 08:49 PM (kJNdy)

49 August 11, 2001

My name is Rahmad Al Namari. I am a soldier for the glorious and wonderful leader of Iraq, Saddam Hussein, (may God bless him).

I testify, under God, that if anything really bad happens in America, say, a month from now, Saddam had nothing to do with it. The white devils in America are responsible.

I also testify that Saddam, glorious leader of Iraq, never possessed or used chemical weapons.

We love Saddam, glorious and victorious leader of Iraq, and Saddam loves us. Everything I said here today, August 11, 2001, is true.

In Allah,

Rahmad Al Namari

Posted by: Human Rights Bart at December 29, 2006 08:49 PM (SS327)

50 now good riddence to the "refugees" here-dismantle the mosques and send them packing. It's been longer then 3 days.

Posted by: splashtc at December 29, 2006 08:51 PM (t2Xqh)

51 Yes I'da like to see the Kurds in particular get to be the last nail in the coffin for the bastard, but there is a practical reason for whacking the bastard as quick as possible.

Posted by: Sinistar at December 29, 2006 08:51 PM (kJNdy)

52 The Kurds have the best justice of all, LB.
They have taken the bull by the horns and prospered after our removal of Saddam from power. The fact that Saddam is dead, and that he was tried and found guilty by his own countrymen is indeed justice.
The man can only die once, not once per trial.
He was guilty of crimes against humanity, and all the Iraqi people, not just the Kurds.
I'm sure each and every person in Iraq would want a piece of Saddam...
The game is over.
Justice has been served.

Posted by: Uncle Jefe at December 29, 2006 08:52 PM (v8AIE)

53 I don't know any Kurds, but they seem to be interested in just being left alone. The Turks hate them, the Iranians hate them, and Saddam hated them. Thye seem like my kind of people. Fuck everyone, declare a Kurdistan and let's see who attacks it. That's the least that they deserve, IMHO.

Posted by: Dr. Remulak at December 29, 2006 08:54 PM (piJWu)

54 Y'know, the Kurds are very much deserving of justice, here.

Yea, they're all pissed off Saddam's dead. I'm getting the video feed of the protests in the streets right now...

Posted by: Purple Avenger at December 29, 2006 08:56 PM (GlKkD)

55 I first heard about Saddam in 1988, from all those pictures of Halabja. I was fourteen years old. That's when it dawned on me that he wasn't just another mid-tier member of that cold-war club, "Our Bastards"; but that he was an actual enemy of humanity. So when he had his little Kuwait adventure, I was one of those who were NOT surprised.

I'm just sorry that he didn't get eaten by wild boars. But yes, in six weeks I *will* be celebrating. That's Saturday, 10 February, right?

Posted by: David Ross at December 29, 2006 09:02 PM (AjgNP)

56 I first heard of Saddam in '88 too. My tech school class had an Iraqi Air Force Senior Master Sergeant in it. His English was pretty good, but not good enough to handle the course work and he washed out. He cried like a woman. A hysterical woman. I had no idea what he had to go back to until my instructor explained that failure wasn't an option for the old man.

Posted by: digitalbrownshirt at December 29, 2006 09:35 PM (AlU3k)

57 Good riddance to bad rubbish!

And to the troll above: Grape juice box. NOW!

Posted by: Birkel at December 29, 2006 09:46 PM (GmBEx)

58 As I understand it, Iraqi law does not allow the death penalty for anyone 70 or older. Saddam would have turned 70 in April. So he had to go now and not wait for further trials.

Posted by: rabidfox at December 29, 2006 10:01 PM (4N4Vs)

59 Iwant to see the clip

from jail cell to noose

no more blshit

Posted by: mrcaptnorml at December 29, 2006 10:25 PM (LSFMo)

60 The man can only die once, not once per trial.

With stem cell research, the dead will walk again, so you can execute people as many times as you want!

Posted by: John Edwards at December 29, 2006 10:29 PM (GlKkD)

61 That's not quite what I had in mind you moron.

Posted by: Christopher Reeve at December 29, 2006 10:31 PM (GlKkD)

62 ACE

Do NOT forget AHole Specter in Syria and asking for a meeting with Iran-A-NUT!

Posted by: topsecretk9 at December 29, 2006 10:57 PM (X5sPA)

63 He can and will be tried "in absentia" for his other crimes even after his execution.

Posted by: TBinSTL at December 29, 2006 11:16 PM (MSiPb)

64 Well, another killer is "rehabilitated". I like that spin better. Suggested CNN headline, "Reformed Killer hussein issued a statement today saying, FUUUUUUUUck AAAGGHH, gurgle,Pufffffffft, as his eyeballs popped out and he shit himself"."

Posted by: hutch1200 at December 30, 2006 12:00 AM (+8EV6)

65 Some douchebag from CNN International is reporting that Libya's Khaddaffy has declared 3 days of mourning for Saddam.

She goes on to say that the rest of the Arab world is quiet. She says, Arabs are known not to react; they generally stay quiet.

They don't react? Poppycock!

Arabs overreact to everything.

Posted by: Bart at December 30, 2006 12:41 AM (iDGs7)

66 "Diggin DEEP for that negative spin!"

Indeed. Reuters is one seriously f*cked up organization.

Posted by: Redhand at December 30, 2006 02:28 AM (lWXTk)

67 Being hung means never having to say your sorry!

Now its time for red hot sex with Satan. Hot Dog!

Posted by: Saddam Hussein at December 30, 2006 05:03 AM (+PS1/)

68 "During his three decades in power, Saddam was accused of widespread oppression of political opponents and genocide against Kurds in northern Iraq."-- "Accused"? Reuters can't bring themselves to say that he did in fact oppress political opponents? It's still an open question to them? This is Anti-Journalism, designed to make the reader know less about the subject than he did before he began reading.

"His execution means he will never face justice on those charges."--Yes. Because justice would entail killing him a million times, once for each of his victims. And killing him with Exocets, bullets, knives, meat grinders, using him as cannon fodder and spraying him with Raid and watching him twitch like a dying cockroach.

Instead, we only get to hang him once.

It's not justice, but it's the least we can do.

Posted by: Noel at December 30, 2006 05:08 AM (cdKCL)


I suggest 'gibbeting' for Saddam

1 : GALLOWS 1a
2 : an upright post with a projecting arm for hanging the bodies of executed criminals as a warning

In merry olde England, a criminal's corpse was often displayed in a public place, sometimes until it rotted and fell to the ground in pieces.

Seems fair.

Posted by: Barry at December 30, 2006 06:17 AM (QrzWy)

70 This reminds me of the Byrd hate crimes issue in Texas.
The men who had cruelly dragged that man to death got the death sentence, but that wasn't good enough.

They wanted them deader. And hate crimes legislation would have done that.

But Bush said no.

Posted by: pajama momma at December 30, 2006 06:23 AM (+Aq+d)

71 The World is a lot more Mad Max-y than a lot of people want to admit.

This asshole needed to die. He needed to die a long time ago. Yeah, we danced with him a few times, but big deal. We do not have God-like powers. We have to make crappy choices sometimes.

The choices we make when we have true discretion are the ones that really count.

We did the right thing in the end. Iraq has a chance now, and an evil turdball is dead.

Our casualties are a reminder of why good nations sometimes hesitate to act.

Posted by: eman at December 30, 2006 06:40 AM (FWrFx)

72 Everybody fogot Dr.WMD who ran the lab that created the WMD. Dr,WMD was freed by the Iraqi courts a few months ago and will never be able to be put to trial, the person who supposedly oredered it is dead. There can be no trial. Not a bad deal for Plame's CIA and Dr.WMD.

I guess Plame and the CIA and all that work around her by the terrorists really was worth it for the terrorists. See how powerful Plame and the CIA was there. Spain should be clearer now as well as the assassinations following Plame's 'Vanity Fair' admission.

Posted by: Acha at December 30, 2006 07:05 AM (fVMZm)

73 Sinistar wrote:
Not surprised by ANYTHING DU and Kossacks do or say.

I expect the worst from them and they keep exceeding those expectations.

Posted by: Patrick Chester at December 30, 2006 07:15 AM (MKaa5)


Sorry to jack thread, but IRT the Kurds, the best part about supporting them is that by protecting their autonomy, we're giving Turkey the finger. 

Before the war started in 2003, I was an operations officer in the European theater.  As you may recall, the 4th Infantry Division was aboard ship sailing in the Med seeking a port in Turkey.  Our NATO ally would not give us clearance for a land invasion and only allowed overflight, so we could only employ one airborne brigade in the north (notwithstanding Spec Ops, who are not equipped for holding ground.)  The invasion was left for the 3rd ID to launch from Kuwait, with the 4th ID following on.  Had we been capable of opening a large northern front, I honestly believe we would not have the level of violence we have now. 

We could have had every single soldier and Marine at the ready in Kuwait, but the limitations of throughput meant that we could only extend our front in the south so far.  That left a large part of Iraq unpacified and allowed an effective escape route. 

So, when you hear "not enough troops," "bad strategy," etc., you can thank the Turks.  There was never any doubt that we would succeed in toppling Saddam, but the Turks chose the wrong side in history. 

Posted by: Big Fat Meanie at December 30, 2006 07:16 AM (VjGI/)

75 What about all of those unpaid parking tickets?  And trespassing (into Kuwait)?  Credit card fraud?  Taking liberties with a frightened, pale English schoolboy? 

Posted by: Big Fat Meanie at December 30, 2006 07:40 AM (VjGI/)

76 I'm tired of hearing about him. Both the US and the Iraqis have more important things to worry about. He got what he deserved. What he doesn't deserve is any more time in the media. Good Riddance!

Posted by: Steve at December 30, 2006 08:07 AM (VYtsm)

77 Wow, what a bad guy, funny how he never was painted so bad in recent years huh? SO evil that being executed for his crimes isn't justice enough for him to face.

Notice the presumption here: the only justice that exists is what we can dole out.

Posted by: Christopher Taylor at December 30, 2006 08:54 AM (FuM7z)

78 They are just bitter that Rummy never got called to the stand. What a bunch of losers.

Posted by: Yikes at December 30, 2006 09:45 AM (1WdUw)

79 Update from Hell

Bathroom Report

Holy smokes! This place just gets worse and worse. The bathroom is a unisex one-holer. No urinal, just a very small toilet stall. So small, in fact, that to take a crap I had to contort myself in such a fashion that had my right leg resting on top of the toilet paper roll dispenser. Not only was it unconfortable, such a position caused me to shit up my back.

Also the toilet paper consists of poison ivy coated with industrial strength abrasives.

Strangely, even in hell, the toilet seat is cold.

This sucks!

Posted by: Saddam Hussein at December 30, 2006 10:29 AM (QzNqL)

80 Nobody wants to admit it, but we just gained a whole bunch of respect in the Arab world. We picked a country, conquered it, killed the leader's sons in cold blood in the street and hung the leader with the cameras rolling.

Plus, we're using a pitifully small occupying force who is still kicking total ass, killing ten enemies for every casualty it suffers.

And the conquered people are too f'ing busy buying satellite dishes, new cars, clothes, ipods, Reeboks, TVs, etc. to join the jihad.

The libs are trying to say status quo = backsliding. The fact is, status quo = winning.

Posted by: Dogstar at December 30, 2006 11:02 AM (dpudc)

81 Now WHERE did I put that "Dark Rituals for Dummies" book?

Posted by: MegaTroopX at December 30, 2006 11:47 AM (v5fbO)

82 Well, we didn't get to do it, but it's a conclusion we can live with (emphasis on live).

Posted by: the Kurds at December 30, 2006 11:55 AM (v5fbO)

83 I wish I kept my Hang In There Baby poster from the 70s because I would have photoshopped my head on the kitten's body.

Hell is a bitch. Satan keeps ramming my ass with his spiny cock. He tears my ass to shreads and then comes and starts over. I am not enjoying myself.

Posted by: Saddam Hussein at December 30, 2006 01:44 PM (+PS1/)

84 Dogstar is right, this has raised our esteem and greatly lowered Baathist and Hussein's. Just being found cowering a pit in terror was enough to make him a laughing stock, but the entire Baathist party and the movement to throw the Americans out just took a huge hit.

Posted by: Christopher Taylor at December 30, 2006 01:54 PM (FuM7z)

85 Never mind rich, chocolatey bias, try this:

When Mr. Hussein came to power three years before the Dujail killings, he ruled over an oil-rich country that was an economic and technical powerhouse in the Middle East with rising cultural and political influence. When he hurtled through the trap door of the gallows Saturday morning, the nation he left behind was a smashed and traumatized remnant, desperately trying to restore its own identity and its place in the world.Al-Jazeera? The Ba'ath Party Times? Der Stürmer? Nope. Worse. NYT (last para).

Posted by: David Gillies at December 30, 2006 02:23 PM (2g7Cx)

86 neocon neofacists are all overjoyeded because another brown persen was killed!!!!

Posted by: Um Yeah at December 30, 2006 02:34 PM (cOyko)

87 "Nobody wants to admit it, but we just gained a whole bunch of respect in the Arab world. We picked a country, conquered it, killed the leader's sons in cold blood in the street and hung the leader with the cameras rolling."

F*ck Yeah! 300 million Jack Bauers led by a Texas Cowboy! The world's dictators all had slightly runny BMs and bad dreams last night. Sweet.

Posted by: Sweetie at December 30, 2006 03:01 PM (wP+sx)

F*ck Yeah! 300 million Jack Bauers led by a Texas Cowboy!

Nay, led by Bolton's Mustache.  Frenchmen tremble in their mistresses' apartments.


Posted by: toby928 at December 30, 2006 04:37 PM (PD1tk)

89 The French no longer have mistresses as they are  far too busy being the Arab world's european bitch...can't have a girl and be one, too, unless you're Janet Reno or  Hillary.

Posted by: sandman arriveth at December 30, 2006 07:30 PM (A+E39)

90 This served as a message to a lot of sheethead murders. You will be found and you will be hanged. Usama just moved deeper in the contents of a two hole outhouse. By now the worms are eating Saddam and maggots are crawling out of his mouth and eye sockets. That is not a joke but a fact. They should dig him up and show the results of a couple of days in the ground to his loyal followers at the DNC and NYT's.

Posted by: Scrapiron at January 01, 2007 09:19 PM (ZQnRG)

91 The US installed and supported Saddam Hussein.

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