Thoughts on Saddam’s Execution

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Dec 312006

After watching this video of Saddam’s execution, there is one thing that sticks out to me and doesn’t make sense. There are about five men with black face masks who are visible around Saddam, acting as guards. Why wasn’t Saddam executed by the Iraqi military?

This seems a little strange to me. It resembles a hit more than it does an execution. Maybe I feel that way because of this and what was said to Saddam right before they executed him.

The room was quiet as everyone began to pray, including Mr. Hussein. “Peace be upon Mohammed and his holy family.”

Two guards added, “Supporting his son Moktada, Moktada, Moktada.”

Mr. Hussein seemed a bit stunned, swinging his head in their direction.
They were talking about Moktada al-Sadr, the firebrand cleric whose militia is now committing some of the worst violence in the sectarian fighting; he is the son of a revered Shiite cleric, Muhammad Sadiq al-Sadr, whom many believe Mr. Hussein ordered murdered.

“Moktada?” he spat out, mixing sarcasm and disbelief.

I don’t trust any of them!

Ann Coulter: Kwanzaa: Holiday from the FBI

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Dec 282006

Ann Coulter’s take on Kwanzaa.

More African-Americans spent this season reflecting on the birth of Christ than some phony non-Christian holiday invented a few decades ago by an FBI stooge. Kwanzaa is a holiday for white liberals, not blacks.

Iraq’s Economy is Booming!

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Dec 202006

Where is the media coverage of this?

In what might be called the mother of all surprises, Iraq’s economy is growing strong, even booming in places.

Moral Clarity

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Dec 202006

In the world today, there are only two leaders that have the moral clarity and wisdom to recognize the threat we all face in the war against Islamic extremists. Thank God for George Bush and Tony Blair and their unwavering commitment to this cause.

Yesterday, on the final day of his last Middle East tour, in a speech to world leaders, Tony Blair urged the world to take bold action against “extremism” in Iran.

“We must recognize the strategic challenge the government of Iran poses; not its people, possibly not all of its ruling elements, but those presently in charge of its policy,” he said.

Iran wants “to pin us back in Lebanon, in Iraq and in Palestine,” he added.

“Our response should be to expose what they are doing, build the alliances to prevent it and pin them back across the whole of the region,” Blair said.

To do this “we need the open and clear backing of the countries in this region.”

It’s too bad he is leaving next year.

Let the Iraqis determine their fate

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Dec 102006

The Iraq Study Group’s recommendations totally ignore the opinion of the Iraqi people. It would seem fair and logical that some Iraqis should have been included in the group if a real assessment and determination were what the group intended.

A glaring example of this is the report that Iraqi President Jalal Talabani says it contained some “very dangerous” recommendations that would undermine the sovereignty of Iraq.

In my opinion, I believe that the The Iraq Study Group’s recommendations should be used for toilet paper and Iraq should hold a national election were it’s own people vote on the issue of our surrender.

The United States of France

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Dec 072006

I fear for our country. We have lost our back bone and our testosterone. Put on a dress and start learning French.

The Iraq Study Group’s recommendations demonstrate one thing clearly. These people still don’t know what we are dealing with. They misunderstand the entire war on terror. They just do not understand the enemy! In all actuality this report is nothing more than a scam to unite the American people in surrender.

What a stupid report! It only serves to destabilize Iraq even more. Any Iraqi that was on the fence about which side to support, will now be asking Muqtada al-Sadr, “Where do I sign up?”. It is another glowing example to Al-qaeda, Iran and Syria of how weak we are and that their victory is even more of a possibility.

The stark reality is that the Islamo-fundamentalist terrorists are at war with our way of life, our modern world, the rights of women, religious freedom and societies that have religious freedom. Negotiation with Iran and Syria should not even be an option. Why would anyone suggest that we ask the very people that are fueling the insurgency in Iraq for help. This just doesn’t make sense. Something is wrong here!

Forget this idiotic report. I say the Iraqi’s should decide weather we stay or go. Remember all those blue fingers? Let them have a national vote where they decide their fate.

Colin “Rectal” Powell wants to talk to Iran and Syria

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Dec 022006

Colin Powell says we should talk to Iran and Syria. Obviously he forgets the words that Ronald Reagan declared on June 18th 1985 during a televised press conference:

“Let me further make it plain to the assassins in Beirut and their accomplices, wherever they may be, that America will never make concessions to terrorists — to do so would only invite more terrorism — nor will we ask nor pressure any other government to do so. Once we head down that path there would be no end to it, no end to the suffering of innocent people, no end to the bloody ransom all civilized nations must pay.”