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Bwana
12-28-2006, 06:55 PM
Rot in hell dirt bag.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16384738/?GT1=8816

Dec. 28: NBC's Richard Engel reports that Saddam Hussein is being turned over to Iraqi authorities and could be hanged as early as Friday.

Simplex3
12-28-2006, 06:57 PM
Wonder if he has any regrets in his life? You know, like turning his two sons into sadistic f**ks who were killed in their 30s.

Chiefs Pantalones
12-28-2006, 06:57 PM
He was such a good man.

DJJasonp
12-28-2006, 06:58 PM
sayonara mf

Skip Towne
12-28-2006, 06:59 PM
Will it be on TV? What channel?

PinkFloyd
12-28-2006, 07:00 PM
One down -- Bin Laden and afew others to go...

Phobia
12-28-2006, 07:01 PM
If only he had been able to sing and dance.

Deberg_1990
12-28-2006, 07:03 PM
Im gonna miss him.

KCChiefsFan88
12-28-2006, 07:04 PM
In honor of Saddam I'm going to watch Hot Shots Part Deaux

Phobia
12-28-2006, 07:10 PM
From what I understand he's sentenced to hang. Did they specify from which body part he's to hang by?

SNR
12-28-2006, 07:11 PM
I guess if there is life after death, he'll be in a better place with however-some virgins and eternal happiness.

Or he'll be goatsed with an angry porcupine in the middle of the sun for eternity.

Actually, probably that last one.

Direckshun
12-28-2006, 07:15 PM
I don't understand it. Maybe somebody can explain it to me.

Wasn't Saddam a prisoner of war? Isn't it forbidden by the Geneva Conventions to hand a prisoner of war to his enemies? Or to execute him, even?

If anybody deserves a death sentence, it's him. But I don't understand why what we're about to do to him doesn't once again violate like 10,000 treaties regarding POWs we've signed.

Simplex3
12-28-2006, 07:17 PM
I don't understand it. Maybe somebody can explain it to me.

Wasn't Saddam a prisoner of war? Isn't it forbidden by the Geneva Conventions to hand a prisoner of war to his enemies? Or to execute him, even?

If anybody deserves a death sentence, it's him. But I don't understand why what we're about to do to him doesn't once again violate like 10,000 treaties regarding POWs we've signed.
Do the Nuremberg trials ring a bell? People are tried for war crimes all the time.

KCChiefsFan88
12-28-2006, 07:18 PM
I don't understand it. Maybe somebody can explain it to me.

Wasn't Saddam a prisoner of war? Isn't it forbidden by the Geneva Conventions to hand a prisoner of war to his enemies? Or to execute him, even?

If anybody deserves a death sentence, it's him. But I don't understand why what we're about to do to him doesn't once again violate like 10,000 treaties regarding POWs we've signed.

He is a prisoner of the puppet Iraqi government technically and since they tried him he isn't a POW... I think

BucEyedPea
12-28-2006, 07:20 PM
He's gettin' off easy....didn't he dip people in acid or boiling oil....s/g like that?

Bwana
12-28-2006, 07:20 PM
He's gettin' off easy....didn't he dip people in acid or boiling oil....s/g like that?
Let us not forget the good old wood chipper treatment.

Simplex3
12-28-2006, 07:21 PM
He's gettin' off easy....didn't he dip people in acid or boiling oil....s/g like that?
I take it you haven't seen the video of some of his lackys running a blindfolded man with his hands tied behind his back off the roof of a two story building?

Sure-Oz
12-28-2006, 07:24 PM
Too bad they couldnt make his death slow and painful, that pos

Simplex3
12-28-2006, 07:25 PM
Too bad they couldnt make his death slow and painful, that pos
Hangings don't always go quickly.

Simply Red
12-28-2006, 07:25 PM
I don't understand it. Maybe somebody can explain it to me.

Wasn't Saddam a prisoner of war? Isn't it forbidden by the Geneva Conventions to hand a prisoner of war to his enemies? Or to execute him, even?

If anybody deserves a death sentence, it's him. But I don't understand why what we're about to do to him doesn't once again violate like 10,000 treaties regarding POWs we've signed.

yesterday I was very skeptical, but now that MSNBC has reported it. It has got to be true.

DagoTom
12-28-2006, 07:28 PM
Too bad they couldnt make his death slow and painful, that pos

Maybe they'll use barbed wire instead of rope.

Deberg_1990
12-28-2006, 07:30 PM
Gotta love Arabs. They dont mess around when it comes to killing. If he was in America, he would probably hang around on death row for 10 - 15 years before they actually killed him.

SNR
12-28-2006, 07:32 PM
Gotta love Arabs. They dont mess around when it comes to killing. If he was in America, he would probably hang around on death row for 10 - 15 years before they actually killed him.Yeah. No legal shit or anything like that. You know that old Arab saying, "When in doubt about the appropriate punishment for the bread-stealer, kill him"

Cochise
12-28-2006, 07:33 PM
Too bad we can't hit him with nerve gas or something, taste of his own medicine.

El Jefe
12-28-2006, 07:37 PM
Bwana "Rot in hell dirt bag" I cant agree more, thats one person im not sad to see go to Hell.

BucEyedPea
12-28-2006, 07:40 PM
I take it you haven't seen the video of some of his lackys running a blindfolded man with his hands tied behind his back off the roof of a two story building?
Yes I did...but boiling oil and acid seem even worse not that any of them aren't cruel.

Bill Parcells
12-28-2006, 07:41 PM
If only he had been able to sing and dance.
ROFL

Tuckdaddy
12-28-2006, 07:43 PM
OMG! SOMEONE, QUICK, FILE THE APPEAL!

Bill Parcells
12-28-2006, 07:44 PM
They should let the kurds pull the switch on the gas chamber with him in it..nasty gas..like mustard or nerve..hanging is getting off too easy..

chiefs4me
12-28-2006, 07:52 PM
Gotta love Arabs. They dont mess around when it comes to killing. If he was in America, he would probably hang around on death row for 10 - 15 years before they actually killed him.





now we both know that's not true in texas...and does anyone know if it's gonna be on tv??

Bwana
12-28-2006, 07:54 PM
now we both know that's not true in texas...and does anyone know if it's gonna be on tv??

I would guess nothing over here but I bet Arab TV will have it.

Bob Dole
12-28-2006, 08:10 PM
I don't understand it. Maybe somebody can explain it to me.

Wasn't Saddam a prisoner of war? Isn't it forbidden by the Geneva Conventions to hand a prisoner of war to his enemies? Or to execute him, even?

If anybody deserves a death sentence, it's him. But I don't understand why what we're about to do to him doesn't once again violate like 10,000 treaties regarding POWs we've signed.

Probably doesn't apply, since he was convicted of crimes not related to the war.

SCTrojan
12-28-2006, 08:55 PM
I don't understand it. Maybe somebody can explain it to me.

Wasn't Saddam a prisoner of war? Isn't it forbidden by the Geneva Conventions to hand a prisoner of war to his enemies? Or to execute him, even?

If anybody deserves a death sentence, it's him. But I don't understand why what we're about to do to him doesn't once again violate like 10,000 treaties regarding POWs we've signed.

He wasn't handed over to his enemies. In essence, he was repatriated to his home country for them to deal with, which ended his EPW status. That is well within the Geneva Conventions.

ChiefsCountry
12-28-2006, 09:01 PM
So how quick do you think it will be up on mytube?

Bwana
12-28-2006, 09:03 PM
So how quick do you think it will be up on mytube?

Two weeks.............

big nasty kcnut
12-28-2006, 09:05 PM
Bye Bye loser hope you burn real hot and suffer for the crime you did.

Halfcan
12-28-2006, 09:12 PM
Cya scumbag.

Chiefs Pantalones
12-28-2006, 09:16 PM
It's gonna even more nuts in Iraq now...

Midway Chief
12-28-2006, 09:34 PM
http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d110/Mizzou92/Saddam_Noose.gif

Bwana
12-28-2006, 09:45 PM
http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d110/Mizzou92/Saddam_Noose.gif

Perfect!

Frazod
12-28-2006, 09:54 PM
I wonder if Bush will attend the execution. How much would that totally suck for Saddam - the last thing he sees before the hood his pulled over his head is the grinning face of that idiot; then, the roasting in hell forever part. I hate it when that happens. :D

boogblaster
12-28-2006, 10:46 PM
Drag Drag Drag behind a pick-up with a little salt for the wounds..if done correct could last all day...

KCJohnny
12-28-2006, 10:48 PM
I don't understand it. Maybe somebody can explain it to me.

Wasn't Saddam a prisoner of war? Isn't it forbidden by the Geneva Conventions to hand a prisoner of war to his enemies? Or to execute him, even?

If anybody deserves a death sentence, it's him. But I don't understand why what we're about to do to him doesn't once again violate like 10,000 treaties regarding POWs we've signed.

We (Coalition Forces) aren't doing ANYTHING other than providing security against the possibility of rioting - the new Iraqi government has condemned him to death for crimes against humanity. This is not a USA vs Saddam issue at all. I was in Baghdad when we got him; I can tell you there will be a HUGE sigh of relief in Iraq when he breathes his last.

Halfcan
12-28-2006, 10:58 PM
Terrorist don't count in any treaties.

ROYC75
12-28-2006, 11:04 PM
Bout time ........

Rausch
12-28-2006, 11:08 PM
I hear'd some $#it on the radio this evening about it being a religious season and he couldn't clock out until the 3rd or something...

SLAG
12-28-2006, 11:09 PM
I would guess nothing over here but I bet Arab TV will have it.
:hmmm:

maybe i will head over to my dads house..

he gets Al- Jazereza, MBC, and a few other of those A-RAB stations

SLAG
12-28-2006, 11:09 PM
I hear'd some $#it on the radio this evening about it being a religious season and he couldn't clock out until the 3rd or something...


Yes EID starts tomorrow

my grandma just sent me home with a box of cookies to celebrate

Rausch
12-28-2006, 11:11 PM
Yes EID starts tomorrow

Educate me...

SLAG
12-28-2006, 11:14 PM
Educate me...

ok

i'll learns you... now mind you im not muslim... just come from a muslim family...


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eid_ul-Adha][/url]...
It is one of two Eid festivals that Muslims celebrate. Eid ul-Adha is celebrated by Muslims worldwide as a commemoration of Prophet Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his son (Ishmael) for Allah. Depending on the individual and area of the Muslim world the son of Abraham will be named or go unnamed..

thats the gist of it..

here is some additional info



Official name Arabic: عيد الأضحى

Also called The Festival of Sacrifice, Sacrifice Feast, Tabaski, Eyd-e Qorban, Kurban Bayramı, Kurban Bajram, Qurbani Eid (In Bangladesh), Hari Raya Haji (Malaysia and Singapore)

Type Islamic

Significance Commemoration of Prophet Ibrahim's (Abraham)(Abraham's) willingness to sacrifice his son for God. Marks the end of the Pilgrimage or Hajj for the millions of Muslims who make the trip to Mecca each year.

Ends 12 Dhu al-Hijjah

2006 date January 10 to January 12; December 31 to January 2, 2007

2007 date December 20 to December 22

Observances Prayer, Sacrificing a Goat/Sheep, Eating with Family and Friends

Related to Eid ul-Fitr, the other Islamic festival, which occurs after the last day of Ramadan

Rausch
12-28-2006, 11:22 PM
ok

i'll learns you... now mind you im not muslim... just come from a muslim family...



Uh huh.

And I'm not really Catholic. I just drink like a lonely sailor, fornicate, and fear men in black because all the popular kids are doing it... :)

KCJohnny
12-28-2006, 11:23 PM
Uh huh.

And I'm not really Catholic. I just drink like a lonely sailor, fornicate, and fear men in black because all the popular kids are doing it... :)

:shake:

SLAG
12-28-2006, 11:24 PM
Uh huh.

And I'm not really Catholic. I just drink like a lonely sailor, fornicate, and fear men in black because all the popular kids are doing it... :)


hey i do all those things and i am really catholic


;)

KCJohnny
12-28-2006, 11:25 PM
hey i do all those things and i am really catholic


;)

In name only, friend.

Brock
12-28-2006, 11:25 PM
Uh huh.

And I'm not really Catholic. I just drink like a lonely sailor, fornicate, and fear men in black because all the popular kids are doing it... :)


LMAO

Brock
12-28-2006, 11:26 PM
In name only, friend.

Came the voice from the mountaintop.

Rausch
12-28-2006, 11:27 PM
hey i do all those things and i am really catholic


;)

Bet that's a fun family reunion. OUCH.

And calm down Johnny, I'm married now and all domesticated.

Frazod
12-28-2006, 11:28 PM
Bet that's a fun family reunion. OUCH.

And calm down Johnny, I'm married now and all domesticated.

Hey, if your wife will let you stay up a bit longer, I'll give you a call in a couple of minutes.

KCJohnny
12-28-2006, 11:28 PM
Bet that's a fun family reunion. OUCH.

And calm down Johnny, I'm married now and all domesticated.

Well, you are posting like a member of Animal House, so take your lumps. Congrats on tying the knot. Good luck, you'll need it.
KCJ
Old Timer

Rausch
12-28-2006, 11:30 PM
Hey, if your wife will let you stay up a bit longer, I'll give you a call in a couple of minutes.

Sure.


Let me find the ****ing phone real quick...gimme 5...

Frazod
12-28-2006, 11:31 PM
Sure.


Let me find the ****ing phone real quick...gimme 5...

PM me your number again. I'm not sure I transferred it to the new phone correctly.

Rausch
12-28-2006, 11:33 PM
Well, you are posting like a member of Animal House, so take your lumps.

Deal.

As long as they're not malignant...

SLAG
12-28-2006, 11:38 PM
Bet that's a fun family reunion. OUCH.




heh

funny you should mention that...


my mom and my Grandma (her MIL) dont get along real great... (thats putting it lightly)


my parents just got back from a month's stay in Jordan visiting her and the rest of my family over there... this was in October...

after 2 weeks back my grandma (Tata - in arabic ) decides she wants to come visit her son in the U.S..

she has been living here ever since.... my mom is going crazy... my dad cant take my mom bitching about it any more so he bought her a Benz for christmas to shut her up... but she is pulling her hair out still over this lady living with her since basically the end of Aug.

we made a comment today about finding a baby sitter for valentines day and my grandma offered to watch them we said we were not sure yet but that comment made my mom drop the F bomb (something i have maybe heard her do 3x evah!) to me outside... it was bad

IDK why tata has stayed this long... only time will tell...

Bwana
12-29-2006, 06:43 AM
I hear'd some $#it on the radio this evening about it being a religious season and he couldn't clock out until the 3rd or something...

Errrr, I hope that's not true. :spock:

Chief Henry
12-29-2006, 07:08 AM
http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d110/Mizzou92/Saddam_Noose.gif



That is funny stuff...where did you get that ?

Chief Henry
12-29-2006, 07:11 AM
PM me your number again. I'm not sure I transferred it to the new phone correctly.



Its BR-549

Chief Henry
12-29-2006, 07:12 AM
Rot in hell dirt bag.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16384738/?GT1=8816

Dec. 28: NBC's Richard Engel reports that Saddam Hussein is being turned over to Iraqi authorities and could be hanged as early as Friday.



I'm going to smoke a cigar when I hear its true.

Ugly Duck
12-29-2006, 07:15 AM
Interesting that Sodom gets popped for carrying out collective punishment - the torture & murder of 148 Shiites by Sunni death squads.... Heck, the present day Interior Ministry has that total about every 2 days in Baghdad alone, but now its the torture & murder of Sunnis by Shiite death squads. Is Jabr going to be on trial next for committing crimes similar to the ones they nailed Sodom on?

chagrin
12-29-2006, 07:17 AM
Its BR-549


LMAO

I was remembering that old show and sketch with my boss just last week - that was always my favorite, good job dude :)

chagrin
12-29-2006, 07:18 AM
Interesting that Sodom gets popped for carrying out collective punishment - the torture & murder of 148 Shiites by Sunni death squads.... Heck, the present day Interior Ministry has that total about every 2 days in Baghdad alone, but now its the torture & murder of Sunnis by Shiite death squads. Is Jabr going to be on trial next for committing crimes similar to the ones they nailed Sodom on?


buceyepea, is that you?





settle down, just kidding


By the way, I still don't think this is going to happen

Bwana
12-29-2006, 07:19 AM
Its BR-549

Nice

ROFL

mcan
12-29-2006, 07:19 AM
thanks for the heads up on this. I didn't know it was going to be so soon....


I guess I'm for capital punishment for people who kill of thousands. :)

Bwana
12-29-2006, 07:24 AM
Interesting that Sodom gets popped for carrying out collective punishment - the torture & murder of 148 Shiites by Sunni death squads.... Heck, the present day Interior Ministry has that total about every 2 days in Baghdad alone, but now its the torture & murder of Sunnis by Shiite death squads. Is Jabr going to be on trial next for committing crimes similar to the ones they nailed Sodom on?

:spock: Mmm Kay

Yeah, Oooopsie Poopsie! No doubt poor Saddam is just misunderstood. Likely had a tough childhood, none of it was his fault and because of that, he should be given a 2nd chance! [meme]

Hog Farmer
12-29-2006, 07:26 AM
Fox News this morning was giving details of the potential execution and said that he would be placed in an orange jump suit with a hood placed over his head and shackled at the feet. The executioner would also wear a hood (with eye holes of course) ,I guess so he can't be publicly identified, and also that the rope will be of material that has no elastisity so that it will insure a clean snap of the spinal cord.
Somebody make a phone call to see if they will do it at half time of the Chiefs/Jags game Sunday!

Chief Chief
12-29-2006, 07:28 AM
I don't understand it. Maybe somebody can explain it to me.

Wasn't Saddam a prisoner of war? Isn't it forbidden by the Geneva Conventions to hand a prisoner of war to his enemies? Or to execute him, even?

If anybody deserves a death sentence, it's him. But I don't understand why what we're about to do to him doesn't once again violate like 10,000 treaties regarding POWs we've signed.

Yeah, if we treated him right like we're obligated to, he'd be happily living next to me, drawing tons of gratuitous government benefits under the Federal Witness Protection Program.

Hog Farmer
12-29-2006, 07:31 AM
Instead of execution they should let me employ him as the head of my Boar Semen Collecting Department.

Mr. Plow
12-29-2006, 07:43 AM
Best news of the week.

BigOlChiefsfan
12-29-2006, 07:54 AM
Who said Saddam can't dance? Just watch his fancy footwork when he hits the end of the rope.

"So was Saddam into Rock?"
"No, He's more into swing"

kepp
12-29-2006, 08:12 AM
Is Jabr going to be on trial next for committing crimes similar to the ones they nailed Sodom on?
Leave Kareem out of this.

kepp
12-29-2006, 08:17 AM
Educate me...
EID (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eid_ul-Adha) ... IED (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Improvised_explosive_device) ? Coincidence?

Frazod
12-29-2006, 09:10 AM
Its BR-549

Junior's number I remembered. :p

Redrum_69
12-29-2006, 09:13 AM
Never eat warm cream cheese on a cold english muffin

pak1983
12-29-2006, 09:37 AM
I know most of you will hate this but here I go. sadam is being charged in the deaths of about 148 iraqis. these iraqis tried to assassinate him. not all of them but part of them. yes there was torture. but were those his orders? paperwork showing sadams signature to carry this out was shown in court but there was doubts over it being his real signature. of course any lawyer hehad was mudered and their was a zero chance of a fair trial. regardless of what you say the demcracy we are trying to spread should grant a fair trial. the court was a puppet court made of people who did not agree with sunnis, mostly shias and kurds. now we have helped convict him of these crimes through the puppet court and pass him off to be killed by his enemies. he had that country in perfect running order when he was in control. how? shouldn't we be able to keep the order? are they worse off w/out sadam? we have tortured and mudered countless iraqis. countless meaning aver 10,000. should bush be put on trial for the orders he put forth? we are basically mudering a head of state for GW vendetta. that is completely illegal. the country is in civil war(something unthought of under sadam) and will become 10x worse after the execution. this will be just one more poor choice in the iraq war out of the hundreds made so far. hopefully your loved ones in iraq get to feel your hatred of sadam from his execution through reprisals on us troops. probably didn't think about that did ya? o yeah iraqi security will secure them right? this is our assassination not theirs we are just having them do it. if he needs to be murdered we should do it, not some ****in patsy iraqi tea party. we are the ones that will pay for it afterall.....neg rep away but you know this is true.

Redrum_69
12-29-2006, 09:46 AM
I know most of you will hate this but here I go. sadam is being charged in the deaths of about 148 iraqis. these iraqis tried to assassinate him. not all of them but part of them. yes there was torture. but were those his orders? paperwork showing sadams signature to carry this out was shown in court but there was doubts over it being his real signature. of course any lawyer hehad was mudered and their was a zero chance of a fair trial. regardless of what you say the demcracy we are trying to spread should grant a fair trial. the court was a puppet court made of people who did not agree with sunnis, mostly shias and kurds. now we have helped convict him of these crimes through the puppet court and pass him off to be killed by his enemies. he had that country in perfect running order when he was in control. how? shouldn't we be able to keep the order? are they worse off w/out sadam? we have tortured and mudered countless iraqis. countless meaning aver 10,000. should bush be put on trial for the orders he put forth? we are basically mudering a head of state for GW vendetta. that is completely illegal. the country is in civil war(something unthought of under sadam) and will become 10x worse after the execution. this will be just one more poor choice in the iraq war out of the hundreds made so far. hopefully your loved ones in iraq get to feel your hatred of sadam from his execution through reprisals on us troops. probably didn't think about that did ya? o yeah iraqi security will secure them right? this is our assassination not theirs we are just having them do it. if he needs to be murdered we should do it, not some ****in patsy iraqi tea party. we are the ones that will pay for it afterall.....neg rep away but you know this is true.



Are you one of GoChiefs other logins?

StcChief
12-29-2006, 09:47 AM
He should be happy to get out of his prison cell
He gets to see his 72 Virgins. :)

chagrin
12-29-2006, 10:26 AM
I know most of you will hate this but here I go. sadam is being charged in the deaths of about 148 iraqis. these iraqis tried to assassinate him. not all of them but part of them. yes there was torture. but were those his orders? paperwork showing sadams signature to carry this out was shown in court but there was doubts over it being his real signature. of course any lawyer hehad was mudered and their was a zero chance of a fair trial. regardless of what you say the demcracy we are trying to spread should grant a fair trial. the court was a puppet court made of people who did not agree with sunnis, mostly shias and kurds. now we have helped convict him of these crimes through the puppet court and pass him off to be killed by his enemies. he had that country in perfect running order when he was in control. how? shouldn't we be able to keep the order? are they worse off w/out sadam? we have tortured and mudered countless iraqis. countless meaning aver 10,000. should bush be put on trial for the orders he put forth? we are basically mudering a head of state for GW vendetta. that is completely illegal. the country is in civil war(something unthought of under sadam) and will become 10x worse after the execution. this will be just one more poor choice in the iraq war out of the hundreds made so far. hopefully your loved ones in iraq get to feel your hatred of sadam from his execution through reprisals on us troops. probably didn't think about that did ya? o yeah iraqi security will secure them right? this is our assassination not theirs we are just having them do it. if he needs to be murdered we should do it, not some ****in patsy iraqi tea party. we are the ones that will pay for it afterall.....neg rep away but you know this is true.


No, I don't know it's true - we are not trying to make Iraq "little America" and that TRUE blood thirsty freak deserves his fate.

If you honestly, truly believe this is 100% a GW vendetta, you deserve every bit of neg rep you get. your "logic" is as flawed as everyone else trying to stand up for terrorism in the World, you reall ycan't see the clear picture, that's sad for you but it's better with him dead, although it will not happen.

In short, anyone who scoffs at any perceived "political" reasons for this "assasination" and thinks it's better for him to be alive, is playing politics themselves seeking a politcal answer, hello YOU! and should be ashamed of thier own hypocrisy.

patteeu
12-29-2006, 10:26 AM
Interesting that Sodom gets popped for carrying out collective punishment - the torture & murder of 148 Shiites by Sunni death squads.... Heck, the present day Interior Ministry has that total about every 2 days in Baghdad alone, but now its the torture & murder of Sunnis by Shiite death squads. Is Jabr going to be on trial next for committing crimes similar to the ones they nailed Sodom on?

If the Sunnis retake control, you can bet he will be. That's what I find ludicrous about "war crimes trials." War crimes are whatever the victors say they are. Might as well just put the guy to death because he lost and forget about having the show trials, IMO. He should have been executed within days of being captured (after any useful intel had been extracted from him).

ptlyon
12-29-2006, 10:28 AM
He should have been executed within days of being captured (after any useful intel had been extracted from him).

He wouldn't give up where he hid the Pringles.

patteeu
12-29-2006, 10:31 AM
:spock: Mmm Kay

Yeah, Oooopsie Poopsie! No doubt poor Saddam is just misunderstood. Likely had a tough childhood, none of it was his fault and because of that, he should be given a 2nd chance! [meme]

He actually did have a very tough childhood, iirc. Not that it matters.

ptlyon
12-29-2006, 10:32 AM
He actually did have a very tough childhood, iirc. Not that it matters.

I bet he's had a tougher last couple of years.

Chief Chief
12-29-2006, 10:34 AM
Redrum_69:

Why didn't Saddam have his own sons caught, tried, and neutered for the crimes of raping young women? How fair was the trial of the 148 Iraqis? Oh, yeah..there wasn't any trial! Let's not do any questioning of any of them..let's not do any investigation..let's just go right in, round 'em up, and kill 'em off! Gee, doesn't that sound like what Hitler did with the Jews? Bush would have THIS country in "perfect running order" if he practiced tyranny and dictatorship skills in the same style as Hussein. The laws of Iraq allow one, and only one, option in the sentencing of a person convicted of murder: DEATH! Do not pass "Go", do not collect $200, do not go on probation/parole, you're DEAD. Saddam's order was to kill. The torture aspect of it really had nothing to do with the final result which was murder.

patteeu
12-29-2006, 10:56 AM
I know most of you will hate this but here I go. sadam is being charged in the deaths of about 148 iraqis. these iraqis tried to assassinate him. not all of them but part of them. yes there was torture. but were those his orders? paperwork showing sadams signature to carry this out was shown in court but there was doubts over it being his real signature. of course any lawyer hehad was mudered and their was a zero chance of a fair trial. regardless of what you say the demcracy we are trying to spread should grant a fair trial. the court was a puppet court made of people who did not agree with sunnis, mostly shias and kurds. now we have helped convict him of these crimes through the puppet court and pass him off to be killed by his enemies. he had that country in perfect running order when he was in control. how? shouldn't we be able to keep the order? are they worse off w/out sadam? we have tortured and mudered countless iraqis. countless meaning aver 10,000. should bush be put on trial for the orders he put forth? we are basically mudering a head of state for GW vendetta. that is completely illegal. the country is in civil war(something unthought of under sadam) and will become 10x worse after the execution. this will be just one more poor choice in the iraq war out of the hundreds made so far. hopefully your loved ones in iraq get to feel your hatred of sadam from his execution through reprisals on us troops. probably didn't think about that did ya? o yeah iraqi security will secure them right? this is our assassination not theirs we are just having them do it. if he needs to be murdered we should do it, not some ****in patsy iraqi tea party. we are the ones that will pay for it afterall.....neg rep away but you know this is true.

GW vendetta? Hoping our loved ones get to experience reprisals on US troops? Your Imam would be proud.

DeezNutz
12-29-2006, 11:01 AM
I know most of you will hate this but here I go. sadam is being charged in the deaths of about 148 iraqis. these iraqis tried to assassinate him. not all of them but part of them. yes there was torture. but were those his orders? paperwork showing sadams signature to carry this out was shown in court but there was doubts over it being his real signature. of course any lawyer hehad was mudered and their was a zero chance of a fair trial. regardless of what you say the demcracy we are trying to spread should grant a fair trial. the court was a puppet court made of people who did not agree with sunnis, mostly shias and kurds. now we have helped convict him of these crimes through the puppet court and pass him off to be killed by his enemies. he had that country in perfect running order when he was in control. how? shouldn't we be able to keep the order? are they worse off w/out sadam? we have tortured and mudered countless iraqis. countless meaning aver 10,000. should bush be put on trial for the orders he put forth? we are basically mudering a head of state for GW vendetta. that is completely illegal. the country is in civil war(something unthought of under sadam) and will become 10x worse after the execution. this will be just one more poor choice in the iraq war out of the hundreds made so far. hopefully your loved ones in iraq get to feel your hatred of sadam from his execution through reprisals on us troops. probably didn't think about that did ya? o yeah iraqi security will secure them right? this is our assassination not theirs we are just having them do it. if he needs to be murdered we should do it, not some ****in patsy iraqi tea party. we are the ones that will pay for it afterall.....neg rep away but you know this is true.

This post is laughable due to its inaccuracies, but it also makes me pity you because of your distorted world view. I'm not sure what "mudering" is, but the U.S. hasn't "murdered" tens of thousands, and suggesting so is a grave injustice to all of our troops currently on the battlefield. No doubt there are some isolated incidents of torture and abuse and the perpetrators should stand trial, but civilian casualties as a result of bombings, etc. don't constitute "murder." This is an unfortunate result of war--something that has been a part of all wars. Please be more precise in your use of terms.

Was the war itself misguided and has Bush done a poor job? Perhaps. At least this claim has some validity. But please have some semblance of a clue before you start running your mouth. The conflict in Iraq is geo-politics on an unbelievably complicated scale. Apparently your mental threshold isn't up to the challenge...

Please continue with far-left talking points, now. Oh, and Saddam is on trial for "crimes against humanity." This is more sweeping than his actions against the 148 that you mention. You're forgetting an incident involving gas and a certain ethnic group in the early 90's, but I guess this fact doesn't serve your purpose.

Iowanian
12-29-2006, 11:03 AM
Pak is a dumbf@ck if a dumf@ck ever was.

you in a sleeper cell?

Saddom was responsible for the death of 10's of thousands of his people. They find the mass graves all the time.

rarely on earth has there been a person more deserving.

crazycoffey
12-29-2006, 11:06 AM
Pak is a dumbf@ck if a dumf@ck ever was.

you in a sleeper cell?

Saddom was responsible for the death of 10's of thousands of his people. They find the mass graves all the time.

rarely on earth has there been a person more deserving.


Amen :clap:

DeezNutz
12-29-2006, 11:07 AM
[QUOTE=Pak1983] hopefully your loved ones in iraq get to feel your hatred of sadam from his execution through reprisals on us troops. probably didn't think about that did ya? QUOTE]

This statement is deplorable.

Iowanian
12-29-2006, 11:10 AM
I missed that line.

Die in a fire Pak.

Hopefully your vest explodes while you're working on it.

vailpass
12-29-2006, 11:12 AM
[QUOTE=Pak1983] hopefully your loved ones in iraq get to feel your hatred of sadam from his execution through reprisals on us troops. probably didn't think about that did ya? /QUOTE]



OUR loved ones? Not yours? **** you.

Iowanian
12-29-2006, 11:16 AM
Handed over to Iraqis....Worm farm by Saturday.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16389128/

BAGHDAD, Iraq - Saddam Hussein will be executed by Saturday, an Iraqi judge said Friday after the United States reportedly transferred him to Iraqi custody.

ďThe American side has notified us that they have handed over the president to the Iraqi authorities,Ē said Khalil al-Dulaimi, head of Saddamís defense team.

Munir Haddad, a judge on the appeals court that upheld Saddamís death sentence, said that ďSaddam will be executed today or tomorrow. All the measures have been done.Ē

ptlyon
12-29-2006, 11:17 AM
ďSaddam will be executed today or tomorrow. All the measures have been done.Ē

New suit?

Bill Parcells
12-29-2006, 11:18 AM
hopefully your loved ones in iraq get to feel your hatred of sadam from his execution through reprisals on us troops.
You are a pathetic POS Libtard..we should drive you out into the western desert of Iraq..dump you off(with water and food)..and let the insurgents give you the welcome wagon..GO **** YOURSELF!!

Iowanian
12-29-2006, 11:20 AM
Pak and his family/friends can go deep throat a flash supressor on the end of a .50 cal.

they should hang Saddom in a burlap sack full of Jew-poo.

Pak can wear it for a hat when he's done with it.

ptlyon
12-29-2006, 11:21 AM
...we should drive you out into the western desert of Iraq..dump you off(with water and food)..and let the insurgents give you the welcome wagon..

Sounds like fun! I like going to new places and meeting new people.

Mr. Kotter
12-29-2006, 11:35 AM
Interesting that Sodom gets popped for carrying out collective punishment - the torture & murder of 148 Shiites by Sunni death squads.... Heck, the present day Interior Ministry has that total about every 2 days in Baghdad alone, but now its the torture & murder of Sunnis by Shiite death squads. Is Jabr going to be on trial next for committing crimes similar to the ones they nailed Sodom on?

Duck, you really should stick to talkin' football....your ignorance isn't quite so glaring....er...eh...you are a Raider fan.....eh....nevermind. :spock:

;)

Mr. Kotter
12-29-2006, 11:39 AM
I know most of you will hate this but here I go. sadam is being charged in the deaths of about 148 iraqis. these iraqis tried to assassinate him. not all of them but part of them. yes there was torture. but were those his orders? paperwork showing sadams signature to carry this out was shown in court but there was doubts over it being his real signature. of course any lawyer hehad was mudered and their was a zero chance of a fair trial. regardless of what you say the demcracy we are trying to spread should grant a fair trial. the court was a puppet court made of people who did not agree with sunnis, mostly shias and kurds. now we have helped convict him of these crimes through the puppet court and pass him off to be killed by his enemies. he had that country in perfect running order when he was in control. how? shouldn't we be able to keep the order? are they worse off w/out sadam? we have tortured and mudered countless iraqis. countless meaning aver 10,000. should bush be put on trial for the orders he put forth? we are basically mudering a head of state for GW vendetta. that is completely illegal. the country is in civil war(something unthought of under sadam) and will become 10x worse after the execution. this will be just one more poor choice in the iraq war out of the hundreds made so far. hopefully your loved ones in iraq get to feel your hatred of sadam from his execution through reprisals on us troops. probably didn't think about that did ya? o yeah iraqi security will secure them right? this is our assassination not theirs we are just having them do it. if he needs to be murdered we should do it, not some ****in patsy iraqi tea party. we are the ones that will pay for it afterall.....neg rep away but you know this is true.

I didn't think it was possible there was a bigger moron on this discussion board than a couple of the terrorist sympathizing liberal panty waist sniveling communist wannabes over in DC.....you should join them, there.

What a friggin' clown.....:rolleyes:

Redrum_69
12-29-2006, 11:40 AM
is the hanging going to be smack dab in the middle of the city...at the ol' hangin' tree...


If they do that...they need to have the tightest security...I can see Osama pulling a good the bad and the ugly stunt...shoot the rope...and the two ride off into the sunset on a camel

pak1983
12-29-2006, 12:02 PM
I never said anything about supporting terrorists. he was not convicted of the gassing of the kurds. we re trying to implement democracy to the iraqis and democracy involves a fair trial. I also love how it was posted that only a few isolated incidents of torture and murder from the US. the command came from higher ups and the total number of dead has been estimated at over 100,000. we are responsible for this war regardless of what sadam did. we went over there and started all of it. remember how sadam and al qaeda are linked? yea ****ing right. maybe if your mother taught you to clean the dogshit out of your ears you would have heard it. its easy to say yeah we made a mistake but this has been much more than a mistake. killing sadam will only make things worse. I think he should die no doubt but it will only make things worse. the attitudes you have are so gungho you don't think much about consequences. this will only hurt our guys on the ground even more. right now they are wanting 20,000 more troops on the ground and I guarentee you this has a correlation with the execution of sadam because they know shit wil hit the fan. I realize most of you are inbread hicks that only hear what you want to and that actually analyzing this situation takes more thought than if your going to **** your mother, daughter, or sister this weekend but if you really support the troops like the patriots you claim to be you would realize this is a horrible step to take. This will only increase the hatred because the whole trial was a ****ing joke.

Bill Parcells
12-29-2006, 12:11 PM
I never said anything about supporting terrorists.
What the **** is this statement then??you are a dumbass..do you know people are ****ing dying over there so that you can be the stupid ****ing libtard you are over here??

hopefully your loved ones in iraq get to feel your hatred of sadam from his execution through reprisals on us troops.

Chief Henry
12-29-2006, 12:12 PM
I never said anything about supporting terrorists. he was not convicted of the gassing of the kurds. we re trying to implement democracy to the iraqis and democracy involves a fair trial. I also love how it was posted that only a few isolated incidents of torture and murder from the US. the command came from higher ups and the total number of dead has been estimated at over 100,000. we are responsible for this war regardless of what sadam did. we went over there and started all of it. remember how sadam and al qaeda are linked? yea ****ing right. maybe if your mother taught you to clean the dogshit out of your ears you would have heard it. its easy to say yeah we made a mistake but this has been much more than a mistake. killing sadam will only make things worse. I think he should die no doubt but it will only make things worse. the attitudes you have are so gungho you don't think much about consequences. this will only hurt our guys on the ground even more. right now they are wanting 20,000 more troops on the ground and I guarentee you this has a correlation with the execution of sadam because they know shit wil hit the fan. I realize most of you are inbread hicks that only hear what you want to and that actually analyzing this situation takes more thought than if your going to **** your mother, daughter, or sister this weekend but if you really support the troops like the patriots you claim to be you would realize this is a horrible step to take. This will only increase the hatred because the whole trial was a ****ing joke.


You must be one of memefistmeintheassholecousins aren't you ?
Your uncle Saddam will be dead within hours if the report I JUST heard on the radio minutes ago is accurate.


How was your pork roast Christmas eve ?

CoMoChief
12-29-2006, 12:19 PM
What the **** is this statement then??you are a dumbass..do you know people are ****ing dying over there so that you can be the stupid ****ing libtard you are over here??


That's not necessarily true.

It's not like our country would be taken over if we weren't over there or anything to that nature.

bogie
12-29-2006, 12:20 PM
hey i do all those things and i am really catholic


;)

"Cardinal Renato Martino, Pope Benedict XVIís top prelate for justice issues and a former Vatican envoy to the U.N., condemned the death sentence in a newspaper interview published Thursday, saying capital punishment goes against the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church."

I wonder if on the inside, Cardinal Renato Martino and Pope Benedict XVI are actually feeling "Hang him high".

DeezNutz
12-29-2006, 12:38 PM
I never said anything about supporting terrorists. he was not convicted of the gassing of the kurds. we re trying to implement democracy to the iraqis and democracy involves a fair trial. I also love how it was posted that only a few isolated incidents of torture and murder from the US. the command came from higher ups and the total number of dead has been estimated at over 100,000. we are responsible for this war regardless of what sadam did. we went over there and started all of it. remember how sadam and al qaeda are linked? yea ****ing right. maybe if your mother taught you to clean the dogshit out of your ears you would have heard it. its easy to say yeah we made a mistake but this has been much more than a mistake. killing sadam will only make things worse. I think he should die no doubt but it will only make things worse. the attitudes you have are so gungho you don't think much about consequences. this will only hurt our guys on the ground even more. right now they are wanting 20,000 more troops on the ground and I guarentee you this has a correlation with the execution of sadam because they know shit wil hit the fan. I realize most of you are inbread hicks that only hear what you want to and that actually analyzing this situation takes more thought than if your going to **** your mother, daughter, or sister this weekend but if you really support the troops like the patriots you claim to be you would realize this is a horrible step to take. This will only increase the hatred because the whole trial was a ****ing joke.

1. What evidence do you have that the trial was unfair? Be specific.
2. The trial has nothing to do with terrorism. Moot point. Getting rid of a mass murderer (note proper use of the term), is one the nice benefits of being in Iraq.
3. Talk about negative consequences is speculative. People said the same thing after Saddam's capture. No big spike then, either.
4. Name calling is indicative of your immaturity.

Your writing level is very poor, and this is further emphasized by your shallow analysis. Please, stop. I'm through with you.

Redrum_69
12-29-2006, 12:40 PM
Do you think Satan will appear after that in what was once Babylon???

Bill Parcells
12-29-2006, 12:44 PM
That's not necessarily true.

It's not like our country would be taken over if we weren't over there or anything to that nature.
No..maybe just some more buildings blown up..but not taken over..

ptlyon
12-29-2006, 12:45 PM
Do you think Satan will appear after that in what was once Babylon???

I'm more worried about South Park characters popping up everywhere.

pak1983
12-29-2006, 12:46 PM
What the **** is this statement then??you are a dumbass..do you know people are ****ing dying over there so that you can be the stupid ****ing libtard you are over here??

you are exactly the kind of stupid **** I was speaking of in my last post. there is not a single soldier in iraq fighting for my freedom right now. although certain people would love for you to think that, it is simply not true. my view has nothing to do with being a lib, repub, or indy. I love how its your wth us or against us mentality. is it hard to justify a different idea because your a retard with a low double digit iq?

BIG_DADDY
12-29-2006, 12:48 PM
I never said anything about supporting terrorists. he was not convicted of the gassing of the kurds. we re trying to implement democracy to the iraqis and democracy involves a fair trial. I also love how it was posted that only a few isolated incidents of torture and murder from the US. the command came from higher ups and the total number of dead has been estimated at over 100,000. we are responsible for this war regardless of what sadam did. we went over there and started all of it. remember how sadam and al qaeda are linked? yea ****ing right. maybe if your mother taught you to clean the dogshit out of your ears you would have heard it. its easy to say yeah we made a mistake but this has been much more than a mistake. killing sadam will only make things worse. I think he should die no doubt but it will only make things worse. the attitudes you have are so gungho you don't think much about consequences. this will only hurt our guys on the ground even more. right now they are wanting 20,000 more troops on the ground and I guarentee you this has a correlation with the execution of sadam because they know shit wil hit the fan. I realize most of you are inbread hicks that only hear what you want to and that actually analyzing this situation takes more thought than if your going to **** your mother, daughter, or sister this weekend but if you really support the troops like the patriots you claim to be you would realize this is a horrible step to take. This will only increase the hatred because the whole trial was a ****ing joke.

Yea, just a bunch of techy hicks the whole bunch of ya. LMAO

Let me ask you a question. YOu are so concerned about the troops, what do you think they want to do to him? What do you think the Kurds want to do to him? What do you think the Shiiates want to do with him. Hell even some of the Sunni's want the guy wacked.

You and Boysofsummer oughtta hook up at the next Eurofag convention, you're both preaching from the same book.

Bill Parcells
12-29-2006, 12:50 PM
you are exactly the kind of stupid **** I was speaking of in my last post. there is not a single soldier in iraq fighting for my freedom right now. although certain people would love for you to think that, it is simply not true. my view has nothing to do with being a lib, repub, or indy. I love how its your wth us or against us mentality. is it hard to justify a different idea because your a retard with a low double digit iq?
You are a dumb ****..who knows what would have happened HERE..had we not gone THERE..and your drivel is typical libtard fecal matter..your view made it personal in your first stupid post,right??(all of your family members?)..and now you're backtracking??you are a typical Libtard.

pak1983
12-29-2006, 01:01 PM
1. What evidence do you have that the trial was unfair? Be specific.
2. The trial has nothing to do with terrorism. Moot point. Getting rid of a mass murderer (note proper use of the term), is one the nice benefits of being in Iraq.
3. Talk about negative consequences is speculative. People said the same thing after Saddam's capture. No big spike then, either.
4. Name calling is indicative of your immaturity.

Your writing level is very poor, and this is further emphasized by your shallow analysis. Please, stop. I'm through with you.

1. ObViously you haven't paid much attention to the proces. He had several of his lawyers get murdered, they were not protected. The court he was tried in was made up of complete opposition. We arranged the court. Documents have been disputed as being forged pertaining to special weapons. The kurds were gassed for conspiring with the enemy, the iranians of course.

2. the basis of the invasion was completely based on terrorism you STUPID ****. if it was such a big deal and everyone thought it was genocide we should have went inon that point and long long ago. If anyone really cared about genocide then why are we not in Africa helping people that are really oppresed?

3. Capturing Sadam and killing Sadam are two different things. Public execution gives much more fuel to the fire. Prior to his capture we had no clue of the strength of th upcoming insurgency.


4. attacking somebodies writing level on a bb is a sign of weakness. I'm typing this from a phone so maybe I will have a few errors. I didn't know that I was having my paper edited by the student. I'M THE TEACHER BITCH!

Hog Farmer
12-29-2006, 01:04 PM
May he be buried in Pig-Poo

pak1983
12-29-2006, 01:06 PM
What I meant about the loved ones is that they are over there and put in a bad situation. then people are encouraging the killing of him that will have a direct and negative impact because you open your mouth without thinking. they should keep him locked up and have hin die in his prison cell. he gets instant death which is too good for him, agreed. a man that has had power and freedom his whole life, that is then confined to a concrete box will suffer much more.

Chief Henry
12-29-2006, 01:06 PM
1. ObViously you haven't paid much attention to the proces. He had several of his lawyers get murdered, they were not protected. The court he was tried in was made up of complete opposition. We arranged the court. Documents have been disputed as being forged pertaining to special weapons. The kurds were gassed for conspiring with the enemy, the iranians of course.

2. the basis of the invasion was completely based on terrorism you STUPID ****. if it was such a big deal and everyone thought it was genocide we should have went inon that point and long long ago. If anyone really cared about genocide then why are we not in Africa helping people that are really oppresed?

3. Capturing Sadam and killing Sadam are two different things. Public execution gives much more fuel to the fire. Prior to his capture we had no clue of the strength of th upcoming insurgency.


4. attacking somebodies writing level on a bb is a sign of weakness. I'm typing this from a phone so maybe I will have a few errors. I didn't know that I was having my paper edited by the student. I'M THE TEACHER BITCH!



hey fudgepaker,

Exactly how many UN sanctions did your uncle violate ?

DeezNutz
12-29-2006, 01:19 PM
1. ObViously you haven't paid much attention to the proces. He had several of his lawyers get murdered, they were not protected. The court he was tried in was made up of complete opposition. We arranged the court. Documents have been disputed as being forged pertaining to special weapons. The kurds were gassed for conspiring with the enemy, the iranians of course.

2. the basis of the invasion was completely based on terrorism you STUPID ****. if it was such a big deal and everyone thought it was genocide we should have went inon that point and long long ago. If anyone really cared about genocide then why are we not in Africa helping people that are really oppresed?

3. Capturing Sadam and killing Sadam are two different things. Public execution gives much more fuel to the fire. Prior to his capture we had no clue of the strength of th upcoming insurgency.


4. attacking somebodies writing level on a bb is a sign of weakness. I'm typing this from a phone so maybe I will have a few errors. I didn't know that I was having my paper edited by the student. I'M THE TEACHER BITCH!

1. The judge hands down the sentence. There is no evidence that proves the verdict is/was tainted. In fact. Saddam continually made a mockery of the trial. Yes, lawyers were killed. So too have many govt. leaders.

2. National security threat, at least this is what Bush and co. believed. The no. 1 reason was never to hang Saddam, thus my claim that it's an additional benefit.

3. Wow, you know that it will be a public execution!!! No one knows this, yet, except the powers that be.

4. Pak1983...Let me guess, you were born in this year? If you can't remember the Royals winning the World Series, you shouldn't be allowed to post on this board. Is there a kiddie board around here somewhere? Pak, pull up a seat. Oh, and yes, there are a few errors in your posts, but you'll cover these issues when you take a freshman comp. class. As I mentioned earlier, it's hard to take you seriously when one has to decipher your comments.

pak1983
12-29-2006, 01:20 PM
hey fudgepaker,

Exactly how many UN sanctions did your uncle violate ?

un resolutions you mean? the sanctions didn't work to well with the un violationg the oil for food program. and the resolutions, well he actually complied with them, no weapons of mass destruction, they had been destroyed. the un is trash. again somebody with no clue on what they are talking about. try again. please get informed. knowledge is power.

Redrum_69
12-29-2006, 01:21 PM
Pak1983's mom is like spelunking...before dropping in her hole you gotta strap on a helmet light, she gets more slick the further down you go, and make sure to have a spotter at the top to help pull you out.

Lonewolf Ed
12-29-2006, 01:23 PM
Wonder if he has any regrets in his life? You know, like turning his two sons into sadistic f**ks who were killed in their 30s.

Probably just that his sadistic f**king sons didn't get to spread mayhem into their 40s or 50s.

pak1983
12-29-2006, 01:26 PM
1. The judge hands down the sentence. There is no evidence that proves the verdict is/was tainted. In fact. Saddam continually made a mockery of the trial. Yes, lawyers were killed. So too have many govt. leaders.

2. National security threat, at least this is what Bush and co. believed. The no. 1 reason was never to hang Saddam, thus my claim that it's an additional benefit.

3. Wow, you know that it will be a public execution!!! No one knows this, yet, except the powers that be.

4. Pak1983...Let me guess, you were born in this year? If you can't remember the Royals winning the World Series, you shouldn't be allowed to post on this board. Is there a kiddie board around here somewhere? Pak, pull up a seat. Oh, and yes, there are a few errors in your posts, but you'll cover these issues when you take a freshman comp. class. As I mentioned earlier, it's hard to take you seriously when one has to decipher your comments.

national security threat my ass. and this hanging will be videotaped and wil become public. attacking my age after saying name calling is imature shows how ****ing dumb u really R. its a bulletin board scumbag and again I'm typing on my cellphone so I'm not going to go back and edit my post because your comprehension level is that of a dick fly.

Gonzo
12-29-2006, 01:37 PM
AMERICA...FU*K YEAH!! COMIN TO SAVE THE MOTHERFU*KIN DAY YEAH!!!

DeezNutz
12-29-2006, 01:44 PM
national security threat my ass. and this hanging will be videotaped and wil become public. attacking my age after saying name calling is imature shows how ****ing dumb u really R. its a bulletin board scumbag and again I'm typing on my cellphone so I'm not going to go back and edit my post because your comprehension level is that of a dick fly.

No one is attacking your age. You're young; it's a fact and you've done the honor of making this info. public. No name calling necessary; your rants speak for themselves. I'll expect more curse words soon. I'm such a ****. :rolleyes:

You seem passionate about this issue, but your arguments are sometimes detached from reality. Your political views are transparent because of this exchange, and you've unfortunately taken sides with the "Bush lied/people died" crowd. Wake up. It's perfectly reasonable to think that Bush is an idiot and a poor leader, but do so for the right reasons. Stop drinking the Kool-Aid and think for yourself.

Please spare us the 9/11 conspiracy rant that is sure to follow.

Buck
12-29-2006, 02:56 PM
What are the chances that his people try an attempt to get him out of this at the last second?

I'll start the odds at 3-1

ptlyon
12-29-2006, 02:57 PM
What are the chances that his people try an attempt to get him out of this at the last second?


That would be fun to watch...

Buck
12-29-2006, 02:58 PM
Yeah hopefully this is all on TV

Fairplay
12-29-2006, 03:01 PM
un resolutions you mean? the sanctions didn't work to well with the un violationg the oil for food program. and the resolutions, well he actually complied with them, no weapons of mass destruction, they had been destroyed. the un is trash. again somebody with no clue on what they are talking about. try again. please get informed. knowledge is power.



And i can tell by what you wrote that you are knowledgeable. :shake:

patteeu
12-29-2006, 03:05 PM
un resolutions you mean? the sanctions didn't work to well with the un violationg the oil for food program. and the resolutions, well he actually complied with them, no weapons of mass destruction, they had been destroyed. the un is trash. again somebody with no clue on what they are talking about. try again. please get informed. knowledge is power.

You need to take some of your own advice. He did not comply with the resolutions. In particular, the last resolution called on him to account for all of his wmd stockpiles, both those in existence and those which had been destroyed. He failed to do so on both counts.

Rausch
12-29-2006, 03:06 PM
you are exactly the kind of stupid **** I was speaking of in my last post. there is not a single soldier in iraq fighting for my freedom right now. although certain people would love for you to think that, it is simply not true.

Really?

Exactly who are we fighting in Iraq?

Are they terrorists?

Are they terrorists that'd like to blow up Americans?

StcChief
12-29-2006, 03:10 PM
What are the chances that his people try an attempt to get him out of this at the last second?

I'll start the odds at 3-1

I'd set it up.... mow 'em all down with machine gun fire trying to escape.

Fairplay
12-29-2006, 03:14 PM
I would have him get the noose over his neck. Do a long dramatic death ceremony. Let Saddam sweat it out more.
Then drop the plank so he drops just a few inches. Everyone laughing at him as he screams like a girl.

The do it again.

Halfcan
12-29-2006, 03:23 PM
Is he dead yeat? Bush should be next for screwing our country up.

Fire Me Boy!
12-29-2006, 03:23 PM
http://www.nbcactionnews.com/kshb/nw_local_news/article/0,1925,KSHB_9424_5245082,00.html

<b>Saddam seeks court order blocking execution</b>

WASHINGTON (AP) Ė Lawyers for Saddam Hussein have asked a U.S. judge to block his transfer to the custody of Iraqi officials poised to carry out his execution.

Hussein's lawyers filed documents Friday afternoon asking for an emergency restraining order aimed at stopping the U.S. government from relinquishing custody of the condemned former Iraqi leader to Iraqi officials, a spokeswoman for a federal court in Washington D.C. said.

The documents were being processed and were not immediately made public. The Justice Department had not yet responded to the request.

A similar request by the former chief justice of the Revolutionary Court, Awad Hamed al-Bandar, was denied Thursday and is under appeal. Al-Bandar also faces execution. The Justice Department argued in that case that U.S. courts have no jurisdiction to interfere with the judicial process of another country.

ptlyon
12-29-2006, 03:24 PM
And so it begins...

Gotta love the judicial system!

pak1983
12-29-2006, 03:32 PM
Really?

Exactly who are we fighting in Iraq?

Are they terrorists?

Are they terrorists that'd like to blow up Americans?

that is a good question. we call them terrorists but can they not be people that just don't want us there? the actions they take did not happen before our arrival. terrorists have flooded the borders to come in and have the chance at killing americans. if anything I think we pulled them into iraq by our presence.

nobody answered this though. do you not think it would be better for him to rot and die in a jail cell than to just kill him. this guy had everything he wanted for most of his life. it would be much more cruel to let him die on his own having nothing but brick walls surrounding him. just think about that. killing him would make him a martyr, something he prefers. if we locked him up and he died naturally he does not get that legacy to follow of being a martyr.
I think murdering him just isn't the answer.

Iowanian
12-29-2006, 03:39 PM
You sure sound like a Sunni Sympathiser to me.

Killing this asshole, will make as many of the assholes in Iraq Happy as it will pissed off.

Foreign fighters are of course going to be pissed by this...they'll kill some Shiites, Shiites will be pissed about that and kill some Sunnis, sunnis will be pissed and cut the heads off of some Shiite children and women, which will piss off the Shiites.....

If we could just get all of the assholes to meet in an open field.....and drop a couple of Moabs.

Fairplay
12-29-2006, 03:46 PM
Lets show the world who us americans are.

Let let Saddam go. Give him a hug, say forget about it. People can change you know. Maybe he can host a reality tv show or something.

Mr. Kotter
12-29-2006, 04:00 PM
that is a good question. we call them terrorists but can they not be people that just don't want us there? the actions they take did not happen before our arrival. terrorists have flooded the borders to come in and have the chance at killing americans. if anything I think we pulled them into iraq by our presence.

nobody answered this though. do you not think it would be better for him to rot and die in a jail cell than to just kill him. this guy had everything he wanted for most of his life. it would be much more cruel to let him die on his own having nothing but brick walls surrounding him. just think about that. killing him would make him a martyr, something he prefers. if we locked him up and he died naturally he does not get that legacy to follow of being a martyr.
I think murdering him just isn't the answer.Just admit, Islamawhoresofistmemyselfiterroristsympathizer....you are one of two things or perhaps, both:

1. A pro-Arab anti-death-penalty pantywaist pacifist liberal pillowbiter that is trying to deprive the citizens of his OWN country of the justice THEY seek, because of the ideological arrogance that so typifies the left in this country....and is rooted "compassionate" humanistic narcissism masquerading as misguided "morality."

2. A person with Sunni ties and sympathies that can't tell his ass from a hole in the ground.....and, coincidentally, can't see this for what it is: justice.

Think about it, azzwipe....:hmmm:

If the Iraqi government doesn't execute him, the Shias and the Kurds are pissed....and start another killing rampage. If the Iraqi government executes him, the Sunni's are pissed.....and do the same. :rolleyes:

Either fuggin' way, the result is the same. No win. Catch 22.

What part of that don't you understand? :cuss:


That being the case, hang the sorry muthafugger. :)

Buck
12-29-2006, 04:02 PM
Lets show the world who us americans are.

Let let Saddam go. Give him a hug, say forget about it. People can change you know. Maybe he can host a reality tv show or something.

http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f138/mattdayjr/saddamdeal.jpg

Fairplay
12-29-2006, 04:03 PM
http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f138/mattdayjr/saddamdeal.jpg


ROFL

pak1983
12-29-2006, 05:21 PM
Just admit, Islamawhoresofistmemyselfiterroristsympathizer....you are one of two things or perhaps, both:

1. A pro-Arab anti-death-penalty pantywaist pacifist liberal pillowbiter that is trying to deprive the citizens of his OWN country of the justice THEY seek, because of the ideological arrogance that so typifies the left in this country....and is rooted "compassionate" humanistic narcissism masquerading as misguided "morality."

2. A person with Sunni ties and sympathies that can't tell his ass from a hole in the ground.....and, coincidentally, can't see this for what it is: justice.

Think about it, azzwipe....:hmmm:

If the Iraqi government doesn't execute him, the Shias and the Kurds are pissed....and start another killing rampage. If the Iraqi government executes him, the Sunni's are pissed.....and do the same. :rolleyes:

Either fuggin' way, the result is the same. No win. Catch 22.

What part of that don't you understand? :cuss:


That being the case, hang the sorry muthafugger. :)


Im not anti-death penalty and there is not justice for my country to gain.

I have never met a sunni.

I just think in better interests for our troops killing him would not be one of them.

How can they, shias or kurds, be mad? he is out of power and they will now be running the country. the only ones mad are the sunnis.

Mr. Kotter
12-29-2006, 08:27 PM
Im not anti-death penalty and there is not justice for my country to gain.

I have never met a sunni.

I just think in better interests for our troops killing him would not be one of them.

How can they, shias or kurds, be mad? he is out of power and they will now be running the country. the only ones mad are the sunnis.

The Shias and Kurds will go ballistic if Saddam is not executed, and they will be metting out justice to the Sunnis.

Blood will be shed regardless of whether Saddam is executed or not. The only question is, who will be the responsible party....will it be Sunnis and their terrorist allies slaughtering Shias and Americans (and Kurds,) or will it be Shias (and Kurds?) killing Sunnis.

It's already going on, but an escalation appears immenent regardless. The only question will be will the Left be able to blame America for it because of Saddam's execution, or whether the Left will still blame Bush for it....even when it's the Sunnis who are targeted because the Shias have been denied the justice of Saddam's execution.

Bootlegged
12-29-2006, 08:38 PM
Anyone watching the "gangsta-Iraqi's" posing for the cameras in Dearborn, MI? Camera's up and on - start dancing. Cameras off - flip on the cell and throw up gang signs... Somehow these pics will show up in an AP article tomorrow as serious journalism - not just a bunch of attn seeking 20-somethings acting like idiots.


AP - "Iraqi-Americans mourn/celebrate the death of Saddam Hussein".

keg in kc
12-29-2006, 08:43 PM
Dude should've listened when sometime in the late 80's or early nineties one of our ambassador's told him "we brought you into this world, we can take you out of it".

[/chuckle]

Bob Dole
12-29-2006, 08:46 PM
Is he dead yeat? Bush should be next for screwing our country up.

Just curious: Why haven't you packed up and moved to Canada?

BWillie
12-29-2006, 08:47 PM
<img src="http://entimg.msn.com/i/Satan/SouthPark_satan_300x298.jpg">
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I thought Sadamm was already in hell screwing Satan? I must watch too many cartoons

BWillie
12-29-2006, 08:49 PM
Just curious: Why haven't you packed up and moved to Canada?

Just 'cuz you live in USA means you have to go along with everything and agree with everything your government does? That is what this country is all about, voicing your opinion and free ****ing speech.

plbrdude
12-29-2006, 09:35 PM
Just 'cuz you live in USA means you have to go along with everything and agree with everything your government does? That is what this country is all about, voicing your opinion and free ****ing speech.


mebe we should start charging for speech, then less stupid things would get said.

Ari Chi3fs
12-29-2006, 09:39 PM
Dead at 9:08pm CST... I was working out at the gym when he died. Ill always cherish this moment.

Over-Head
12-29-2006, 09:55 PM
Ok, go ahead and slam me for this BUT!

How is killing the man really accomplishing anything?
Heís from a "land" where people believe "this life" is only the first step to the next one.
So they basically sped up his happy trip to the virgins etc.
Two wrongs donít make a right, they just make it even.
Is killing right?
Is the man who tripped the trap door for the gallows any less guilty than the man he killed?

And more importantly, arenít ANY of you even the least little bit worried at what the aftermath might be when some of these nutballís decide to retaliate?
I mean think about a portion of the Arab world hates the USA as it is, this only gives them another reason to try another 9-11 type attack all over again. Even though it was a court of the "united nations" the USA will still get the blame.

What the man did , ordered, and had done is despicable. And needed to be delt with.
The man will go down in history as the leader who killed 2,000,000 Iraqis (according to CNN on my TV in the background)

But personally I think he should have been tossed in a deep hole fed bread and water twice a day for the rest of his life and forgotten to rot.

Hanging the bastard was the easy way out.

Perhaps itís a moral issue but I donít believe in the death penalty,(It's a Catholic thing) life without parol, hard time and solitary confinement for life yes.

But doing the EXACT same thing in retaliation is kinda hypocritical isnít it?
Someone killed people "illegally" so letís kill him "leagly"

Hell even the Pope urged the UN to put him away for life and not kill him

Just my 2 cents :rolleyes:

morphius
12-29-2006, 10:14 PM
Ok, go ahead and slam me for this BUT!

How is killing the man really accomplishing anything?
Heís from a "land" where people believe "this life" is only the first step to the next one.
So they basically sped up his happy trip to the virgins etc.
Two wrongs donít make a right, they just make it even.
Is killing right?
Is the man who tripped the trap door for the gallows any less guilty than the man he killed?

And more importantly, arenít ANY of you even the least little bit worried at what the aftermath might be when some of these nutballís decide to retaliate?
I mean think about a portion of the Arab world hates the USA as it is, this only gives them another reason to try another 9-11 type attack all over again. Even though it was a court of the "united nations" the USA will still get the blame.

What the man did , ordered, and had done is despicable. And needed to be delt with.
The man will go down in history as the leader who killed 2,000,000 Iraqis (according to CNN on my TV in the background)

But personally I think he should have been tossed in a deep hole fed bread and water twice a day for the rest of his life and forgotten to rot.

Hanging the bastard was the easy way out.

Perhaps itís a moral issue but I donít believe in the death penalty,(It's a Catholic thing) life without parol, hard time and solitary confinement for life yes.

But doing the EXACT same thing in retaliation is kinda hypocritical isnít it?
Someone killed people "illegally" so letís kill him "leagly"

Hell even the Pope urged the UN to put him away for life and not kill him

Just my 2 cents :rolleyes:
Do you really want an ex-dictator sitting in jail trying to rebuild his power base when you are trying to rebuild a country?

If he killed 2,000,000 people, he may believe he is going to heaven, but really, what do you think the people killed him think about where he is going (if anywhere)?

CHIEF4EVER
12-29-2006, 10:17 PM
1. ObViously you haven't paid much attention to the proces. He had several of his lawyers get murdered, they were not protected. The court he was tried in was made up of complete opposition. We arranged the court. Documents have been disputed as being forged pertaining to special weapons. The kurds were gassed for conspiring with the enemy, the iranians of course.

I'm sorry, I wasn't aware that it is the responsibility of the court to provide security for the defendants lawyers. Also, WE didn't arrange jack squat. The court is made up of and includes only IRAQIs.

2. the basis of the invasion was completely based on terrorism you STUPID ****. if it was such a big deal and everyone thought it was genocide we should have went inon that point and long long ago. If anyone really cared about genocide then why are we not in Africa helping people that are really oppresed?

The invasion was based only in part on terrorism. The main justification was refusal on the part of SoDamn Insane to comply with agreements of the cease fire after the first Gulf War. Repeatedly.

3. Capturing Sadam and killing Sadam are two different things. Public execution gives much more fuel to the fire. Prior to his capture we had no clue of the strength of th upcoming insurgency.

What does the insurgency have to do with sentencing a criminal? Expound please.

Over-Head
12-29-2006, 10:22 PM
Do you really want an ex-dictator sitting in jail trying to rebuild his power base when you are trying to rebuild a country?

"But personally I think he should have been tossed in a deep hole fed bread and water twice a day for the rest of his life and forgotten to rot."
I doubt very much he could rebuild a "power base" in a forigen military prison under solitary confinement for the rest of his life.





If he killed 2,000,000 people, he may believe he is going to heaven, but really, what do you think the people killed him think about where he is going (if anywhere)?
Moot point.
Killing is wrong for ANY reason, retaliation or otherwise.

Wether you base that statement on religious background or civil law you cannot take a human life with out reprocussions. My point is basically that killing the dirtbag did very little. Sure you rid the world of one less dirt bag, but there's gonna be another one within a month or two.
Make an example out of this guy, make his life a living hell of no visitors, no comunication AT ALL except with the guard who opens the little trap door and say's "dinner is served"

stevieray
12-29-2006, 10:28 PM
"But personally I think he should have been tossed in a deep hole fed bread and water twice a day for the rest of his life and forgotten to rot."
I doubt very much he could rebuild a "power base" in a forigen military prison under solitary confinement for the rest of his life.






Moot point.
Killing is wrong for ANY reason, retaliation or otherwise.

Wether you base that statement on religious background or civil law you cannot take a human life with out reprocussions. My point is basically that killing the dirtbag did very little. Sure you rid the world of one less dirt bag, but there's gonna be another one within a month or two.
Make an example out of this guy, make his life a living hell of no visitors, no comunication AT ALL except with the guard who opens the little trap door and say's "dinner is served"

you reap what you sow...I don't know how he thought his life would end up any other way.

Over-Head
12-29-2006, 10:31 PM
you reap what you sow...I don't know how he thought his life would end up any other way.
True, but come on, someone had to have a different point of view (besides the goatboy wanna be that is ) ;)

patteeu
12-29-2006, 11:59 PM
Ok, go ahead and slam me for this BUT!

How is killing the man really accomplishing anything?
Heís from a "land" where people believe "this life" is only the first step to the next one.
So they basically sped up his happy trip to the virgins etc.
Two wrongs donít make a right, they just make it even.
Is killing right?
Is the man who tripped the trap door for the gallows any less guilty than the man he killed?

And more importantly, arenít ANY of you even the least little bit worried at what the aftermath might be when some of these nutballís decide to retaliate?
I mean think about a portion of the Arab world hates the USA as it is, this only gives them another reason to try another 9-11 type attack all over again. Even though it was a court of the "united nations" the USA will still get the blame.

What the man did , ordered, and had done is despicable. And needed to be delt with.
The man will go down in history as the leader who killed 2,000,000 Iraqis (according to CNN on my TV in the background)

But personally I think he should have been tossed in a deep hole fed bread and water twice a day for the rest of his life and forgotten to rot.

Hanging the bastard was the easy way out.

Perhaps itís a moral issue but I donít believe in the death penalty,(It's a Catholic thing) life without parol, hard time and solitary confinement for life yes.

But doing the EXACT same thing in retaliation is kinda hypocritical isnít it?
Someone killed people "illegally" so letís kill him "leagly"

Hell even the Pope urged the UN to put him away for life and not kill him

Just my 2 cents :rolleyes:

Move to Canada you dumb, passifist MFer! ;)

BigOlChiefsfan
12-30-2006, 12:05 AM
"sic semper tyrannis" Thus always to tyrants

Iowanian
12-30-2006, 07:34 AM
Is he dead yeat? Bush should be next for screwing our country up.

Shit like this is why you'll never hit it.

fumble.

Iowanian
12-30-2006, 07:41 AM
When Eh-verhead comes off his munchie high.....someone explain this in simple terms.

The Majority of the residents of Iraq had no power and were brutalized under Saddom. Killing him, after he was tried in their country, for murders in their country, by judges of their country by laws of their fledgling democracy, created by leaders voted in by people of that country sentenced him to death.

What does killing him accomplish?

It allows people brutalized and tortured by him peace of mind, knowing that the shitbag will never over throw the govt and be a leader with a hell of a vengefull streak, pissed off at them.

Thats why.

StcChief
12-30-2006, 12:07 PM
Heard Saddam was scared....why
He's in paradise with his 72 Virgins. :)

Frazod
12-30-2006, 12:15 PM
Heard Saddam was scared....why
He's in paradise with his 72 Virgins. :)

That's because the educated ones don't believe that bullshit - its merely a control tool for the kids and adults barely smarter than cavemen. Saddam knew damn well that the best he could hope for was no afterlife at all.

StcChief
12-30-2006, 12:18 PM
That's because the educated ones don't believe that bullshit - its merely a control tool for the kids and adults barely smarter than cavemen. Saddam knew damn well that the best he could hope for was no afterlife at all.

I forgot my [/sarcasm] thought :) would suffice.

He knows know from hell. Go reddens Saddam.

What about the other two sidekicks that were sentenced as well. ???

Frazod
12-30-2006, 12:20 PM
I forgot my [/sarcasm] thought :) would suffice.

I know. I just felt like taking a swipe at religious dumbassery.

Calcountry
12-30-2006, 12:49 PM
One down -- Bin Laden and afew others to go...Now now now, we mustn't confuse our enemy. Sadaam was a good little boy, and never ever attacked us on 9/11. We had absolutely no reason in the world to take out his sorry, snivelling cowardly rear end. He had absolutely NO ties to terrorism whatsoever. He was as pure as the wind driven snow, and deserved to remain as Dictator for as long as we could contain him with no fly, and no pee zones.

Bill Parcells
12-30-2006, 12:53 PM
Now now now, we mustn't confuse our enemy. Sadaam was a good little boy, and never ever attacked us on 9/11. We had absolutely no reason in the world to take out his sorry, snivelling cowardly rear end. He had absolutely NO ties to terrorism whatsoever. He was as pure as the wind driven snow, and deserved to remain as Dictator for as long as we could contain him with no fly, and no pee zones.
ROFL

You are one funny sarcastic bastard Bunny..that was great!LMAO

crazycoffey
12-30-2006, 12:55 PM
Now now now, we mustn't confuse our enemy. Sadaam was a good little boy, and never ever attacked us on 9/11. We had absolutely no reason in the world to take out his sorry, snivelling cowardly rear end. He had absolutely NO ties to terrorism whatsoever. He was as pure as the wind driven snow, and deserved to remain as Dictator for as long as we could contain him with no fly, and no pee zones.


and they say that sarcasim is lost in the virtual world of typed conversation.

crazycoffey
12-30-2006, 12:56 PM
Heard Saddam was scared....why
He's in paradise with his 72 Virgins. :)

you only get the virgins if you die by suicide in the jehad

Calcountry
12-30-2006, 12:58 PM
Is he dead yeat? Bush should be next for screwing our country up.Even at my lowest depths of disgust with William Jefferson Clinton, former President, did I ever wish death upon him.

Disgusting, seditious, and extremely low class post.

Bill Parcells
12-30-2006, 01:00 PM
you only get the virgins if you die by suicide in the jehad
He is still considered a Martyr by those wacky nut jobs though.

crazycoffey
12-30-2006, 01:00 PM
Quote:
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Originally Posted by Halfcan
Is he dead yeat? Bush should be next for screwing our country up.
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Even at my lowest depths of disgust with William Jefferson Clinton, former President, did I ever wish death upon him.

Disgusting, seditious, and extremely low class post.


Exactly why this world is going to hell in a handbasket

crazycoffey
12-30-2006, 01:02 PM
He is still considered a Martyr by those wacky nut jobs though.


probably, but they should show that video over and over, so hopefully they (those nutjobs) can see he was scared and finally paying for his crimes, even if it took us two tries and 10 years

Calcountry
12-30-2006, 01:02 PM
ROFL

You are one funny sarcastic bastard Bunny..that was great!LMAOThe only reason it works, is because you know how I REALLY feel. ;)

crazycoffey
12-30-2006, 01:03 PM
we should just re-instate the CIA sniper programs

Bill Parcells
12-30-2006, 01:05 PM
The only reason it works, is because you know how I REALLY feel. ;)
Quoted for Truth ;)

BucEyedPea
12-30-2006, 04:50 PM
you only get the virgins if you die by suicide in the jehad


Well, that explains why he spent his last days writing romance novels! ROFL

BucEyedPea
12-30-2006, 04:55 PM
He's gettin' off easy....didn't he dip people in acid or boiling oil....s/g like that?
Aha....I found it: Link (http://news.independent.co.uk/world/middle_east/article2112574.ece)


"The torture techniques in Baghdad were routine and varied in severity....I saw an officer, Naqib Hamid; they dissolved his feet in acid. They would put sulphuric acid in a tub. They would take a man and start by dissolving his hands. The founder of the Dawa party, Abdul Saheb Khail, was totally dissolved."

|Zach|
12-30-2006, 05:57 PM
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7532034279766935521

Ugly Duck
12-30-2006, 06:11 PM
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7532034279766935521Wow. I'm with OverHead on this.... we distance ourselves from our enemies by being better than them. The less like Sodom we are - the happier I am. I don't cheer for anyone being killed.... life in prison yea, killing people nay. What would Jesus' position on this be? We know better than He does, eh?

Bill Parcells
12-30-2006, 06:14 PM
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7532034279766935521
Thank you

Calcountry
12-30-2006, 07:08 PM
Wow. I'm with OverHead on this.... we distance ourselves from our enemies by being better than them. The less like Sodom we are - the happier I am. I don't cheer for anyone being killed.... life in prison yea, killing people nay. What would Jesus' position on this be? We know better than He does, eh?Jesus said nothing in his own defense, when He was condemned to die by the Authorities in Charge over his execution. He did not appeal, ask for a stay, or request any pardon, yet he did none of the Crimes Sadaam did.

|Zach|
12-30-2006, 07:11 PM
http://www.stickergiant.com/Merchant2/imgs/250/y1670.gif

Ugly Duck
12-30-2006, 07:23 PM
Jesus said nothing in his own defense, when He was condemned to die by the Authorities in Charge over his execution. He did not appeal, ask for a stay, or request any pardon, yet he did none of the Crimes Sadaam did.So.... are you saying that Jesus would approve of the death penalty?

The company we keep..... the Death Penalty Players:

In 2005, 94 per cent of all known executions took place in China, Iran, Saudi Arabia and the USA.

China...... 1,770 (shooting, lethal injection)
Iran............ 94 (hanging, stoning)
Saudi.......... 86 (beheading)
USA............ 60 (elctrocution, lethal injection)

Redcoats58
12-30-2006, 08:18 PM
Here is some video of the body

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6817521226683778696&q=saddam+execution&hl=en

homey
12-30-2006, 09:08 PM
no doubt over-head is right

this was savage and just goes to show you that the people of Iraq aren't even ready for Democracy



*insert right-winged spin saying how this post supports Saddam....now!*

MadMax
12-30-2006, 09:31 PM
Funny how he could have avoided this whole process by simply allowing the weapons inspectors to do their job...What a moron! babye SoDamnedInsane...