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George Plays Hangman

Daniel DiRito | December 29, 2006 | 6:22 PM
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1 On December 30, 2006 at 1:18 PM, Peter Rednose wrote —

Well done, mission accomplished!

It makes me happy and I am celebrating the hanging of this Islamic bastard.
(how interestingly: Idiot Senseless Live And Murderers spells ISLAM)
Well done Iraqi and American administration officials and my congratulation!
I congratulate especially G. W. Bush for his braveness and consider him as a real hero.
If I could, I even would represent him for the Nobel Peace Price because for his efforts to world peace.
Now, since Iraq has been liberated and has the first time to enjoy liberty and freedom, the world should relax and look onwards and remember this as day of joy and happiness.
Since Iraq is reach on oil, it should well pay for our war expenses and for the crimes committed against brave peace loving Americans. Iraq can easily spare at least 50% of the oil revenues to pay us back, because we were dragged into this war by Saddam.
I am also happy about the good timing of this very good justice.
The beginning of the Islamic Eid festival was the right time and should send a clear message to the Islamic Sunni bastards around there.
Indeed it is interesting to see the evil coming almost all from Islamic tyrants and it should be a warning to very close neighbors. We should (and I hope we will) take next a close eye on Iran and Syria and take special care of them.
I hope that they learned that lesson, not to mess with brave America and that rather sooner then later the tyrants in this country will be overthrown and that the people can enjoy liberty
the only way, the American way.
Especially the evil system in Iran should be removed quickly and if needed even with the help of some nukes. Some casualties of course will have to be accepted, but I think that it would be worth, when freedom will replace tyranny and history in the end will prove us as the real good once. (There is a saying which is a good one: better an end with horror, then a horror without end) In the end people will cheer us for our bravery and for our strong will to spread democracy.
Where have been all this stubborn and old fashion Europeans (except UK) in the time of danger, when we needed them most. Only lamenting like a group of chickens, well the dinos have vanished also and soon the world will realize that there is no space for European style politics in a modern age any more. The Hague and the alike are relicts of the past and are insignificant as is a useless body like the UN not to talk about AI (keep dreaming).
We Americans should cancel our membership, because we don’t need them and we should use the money rather for our militia in the wholly war against terror. Every dead terrorist is a
good man and we should offer the world as our gift the transformation from terrorist to good man.
Dear world, enjoy this happy day and open a good bottle to celebrate this day of heroic act. It’s the milestone which we needed so desperately and now the great god just has given us this important victory.
Congratulation to Iraq and enjoy your liberty which we have fought so hard for you.
God bless America
(and to hell with all our enemies)

2 On December 30, 2006 at 3:07 PM, Mike Apulum wrote —

You sound like a real moron, Pete. I love to hear all you patriots. You know what they say: when some guy can not mind his own business, he hide near the other frightened ones, and all together become patriots - yes, you, americans. Try to cut the shit, man. Europe will always teach you manners and real thinking, you alliterate morons. God bless hahahaha. (Don't take me for an arab, Pete, you will be so wrong).

3 On December 30, 2006 at 3:49 PM, malcontent wrote —

Saddam was an Islamist???

OK. pete....if you say so...just take your meds and go back to the hospital, before they come looking for you.

Alrightythen....

4 On December 30, 2006 at 4:18 PM, Dan wrote —

Mike - it's illiterate, not "alliterate", and he hides, not "he hide". Try to "speel gud" when you're condescending, it adds to the effect. Another thing: lumping us all together in Pete's boat is just as low-thinking as Pete's stereotype. As for you Pete - I hope to God you're being sarcastic.

5 On December 30, 2006 at 5:33 PM, jurassicpork wrote —

We're so incompetent as a government that we had to outsource even THIS menial job to the Iraqis.

6 On December 30, 2006 at 5:51 PM, philip travers wrote —

Pete is one of the innocents of the world...a pedestrian voyuer virgin,who hasnt been warned about the three wise monkeys ,turning brass monkey to those unable to be forewarned...the post prior to this ,the site itself,and even this one,just simply arent astute enough to reorientate the ponderings of Pete...not for him could he separate..as a lesson in learning about the monkeys,the willingness of the many to sympathise with low income background soldiers..and the rich President who sent them there....Not for Peter to have doubts about the Rumsfelds the Cheneys ..The Rice...to do so would be pain in butt.

7 On December 30, 2006 at 6:59 PM, hallie wrote —

LOL,....Ha ha...that's good one. Pete, better watch out, or someone will think your serious.

8 On December 30, 2006 at 8:18 PM, aaaaaaaaarab wrote —

cough*cough

I hope most Americans don't think like you do...If they do...well then... I won't blame some of the foriegn countries,e.g.Iran, for their frustrations against America.

9 On December 31, 2006 at 4:52 AM, DrCruel wrote —

If there selling tickets to book passage on Pete's boat, let me be the first to queue up for one.

A single caveat. Saddam wasn't a Muslim - he was a Ba'athist, Leftist, and long-time ally of the Bolsheviks. The left's failure to defend him was disasterous to their prestige, and why they are now so keen to send aid to Syria and urge Hezbollah to confront Israel - note the craven behavior of the Assads in the face of Coalition efforts in Iraq, their sudden notice of their obligations under the Taif Accords to withdraw from Lebanon and allow for democratic elections. That only subsided after the Israelis lost a propaganda war against Hezbollah, and the US did not come to their support.

Just remember, in all of this, that our enemies aren't religious fanatics but secular pseudo-socialist tyrants and their sycophantic toadies. They're the ones who look upon Saddam's fate with outrage and horror, and it's these enemies of democracy and liberty that need to be the next clients on our gibbets.

Indeed, if there is anyone who is facing these Marxian fanatics with the ruthless fury they deserve, they are those selfsame pious Muslims, who struggled under years of brutal religious persecution during Saddam's Leftist, atheistic regime, and who only now have the opportunity to fight back. They are some of our best allies in the struggles to come, when we finally commit ourselves to the obliteration of the scourge of the Left from this world.

10 On December 31, 2006 at 11:29 PM, Andy Wilson wrote —

I hope to see George Bush and Tony Blair tortured to death for all the carnage and destruction they have brought to mideast. Amercians and British people are also responsible for the crimes commited by their governments.
Happy new year to all except to americans and other world rapists!

11 On January 1, 2007 at 3:21 AM, krishnan wrote —

It's a shame that the execution of Saddam hussein was influenced by the united states. If saddam has been executed for crimes against humnity, what sentence does US deserve for having perpetrated the worst crimes ever so far against humanity.

apparently, by the views of its own country men, the action by the US so far has been wrong in vast many cases. certainly it has not learnt a proper lesson as yet. It's a pity Americans have to pay a price for the stupidity of the leader it has chosen.

Remember in the history of several civilisations that have existed so far, no empire has lasted for ever. US needs to realize this. you cannot change destiny of the US.

what a shame.

12 On January 1, 2007 at 5:24 AM, DaveGood wrote —

Saddam Hussien was brought to power by the Cia who had been funding him since 1958 in Cairo.

This is an open secret gentlemen.

Juan Cole has a very good post up detailing how Right wing conservative Americans like Reagan, Bush 1, Cheney and Rumsfeld secretly used the resources and the taxes of the American people to arm, fund and protect him and his muderous regime for decades.

And when I say right wing conservative Americans I do of course mean people like Pete.

13 On January 1, 2007 at 6:37 AM, HangEmHigh wrote —

Any attempt to see this execution as anything other than a political statement is utterly useless. This was not a legal proceeding. It was a political proceeding that used legal trappings.

The US had 2 political goals. The first was to insure that Saddam never came back to power again. The second was to tell any other tinpot dictator that if the US says jump, to jump, and by the way, that means you, Iran. Both goals were served by the execution. And the Iraqis also had political goals that were served by the execution. Do you wonder that he was executed immediately after leaving US custody? The Iraqi's wanted him dead so bad they couldn't even contain themselves for a day after getting their claws into him. This is the way politics in played in that part of the world, I'm not saying that it's morally right, but as the saying goes, when in Rome...

14 On January 2, 2007 at 11:51 AM, theOneandOnly wrote —

"When in Rome, to each his own" - soldier returning from Afghanistan.

15 On January 3, 2007 at 6:10 AM, DaveGood wrote —

Hangemhigh

Exactly what sort of moron are you?

For your info consider the following facts....

Your military budget is now bigger then the rest of the world combined yet your Army chiefs are openly describeing , to congressional commitees the force the control as "Broken" and "dysfunctional".

US navy admirals are now complaining the US navy is at it's smallest size in sixty years.

And your air force commanders are saying that in the history of US combat aviation the air fleet they command is the oldest, most worn out, ever.

You are losing two small wars against tiny opponents.

When Bush tells other countries to "Jump".... they snigger.

For your further information..... Bush and the Neocons eliminated the threat to Iran on their eastern flank ( The Taleban)... and have eliminated the threat on their western flank (The Baathist regime of Hussien)

And are now busy doing Iran's heavy lifting in Iraq by crushing the Sunni's.

The Iraq war is over....Iran won.

16 On January 3, 2007 at 8:37 AM, rick wrote —

Hey Pete,
You said it right good job,
The rest of these naysayer’s are a bunch of useful idiots anyway
The American military sure agrees with you.
These others…well they will be the first to complain when their toe is stepped on
Whiny farts

17 On January 3, 2007 at 11:59 AM, nan wrote —

God bless America!

18 On January 4, 2007 at 9:04 PM, TheRegulator wrote —

Gee Mike we sure do learn a lot from Europe, like how to give our country over to an influx of Muslims, yeah right we want to be just like those so smart Europeans. Go live in France and have your car burnt up by "frisky youths run amok". And all you US haters who think your government stinks hey move to Cuba or Iran and try to voice yout thoughts, your butts will be lined up at a firing squad or so deep down in a filthy jail you'll dirty your pants before you can scream mama. But your is coming, more and more like you and this country will be communist euthopia you are hoping for and you'll be in jail right here. Or maybe the Muslims will have the last laugh and you'll be paying the infidel tax.

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