Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Sticks and Stones

BAGHDAD, Jan. 2 — Iraq’s Shiite-led government said Tuesday that it had ordered an investigation into the abusive behavior at the execution of Saddam Hussein, who was subjected to a battery of taunts by official Shiite witnesses and guards as he awaited his hanging.

They are worried that Saddam's feelings were hurt before they snapped his neck with a rope?

Iraq may be struggling to model its fledgling democratic government after the United States, but they certainly have successfully learned from us how to have a pointless investigation that will lead absolutely nowhere.

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Blogger matt said...

"Mission Accomplished."

11:04 AM  
Blogger the fourth person said...

When you have to kill a man it costs nothing to be

- Sir Winston Churchill

2:11 PM  
Blogger Graveh said...

Don't relatives of victims usually get offered the chance to witness the execution here in the USA? I'm sure some of them scream things too, possibly even dance a jig or two. Who cares, the radical ones will complain about what they will in the countries we expected to be unfaltering in their idiocy. He was a bad man, a very bad man. Past tense. That's the important part, what a fitting end. Mission accomplished. Who's next?

10:49 PM  

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