Today, Saddam Hussein was executed after receiving a fair trial -- the kind of justice he denied the victims of his brutal regime.It's like a word search game for kids, only instead of words, we're looking for delusions. How many can you find?
Fair trials were unimaginable under Saddam Hussein's tyrannical rule. It is a testament to the Iraqi people's resolve to move forward after decades of oppression that, despite his terrible crimes against his own people, Saddam Hussein received a fair trial. This would not have been possible without the Iraqi people's determination to create a society governed by the rule of law.
Saddam Hussein's execution comes at the end of a difficult year for the Iraqi people and for our troops. Bringing Saddam Hussein to justice will not end the violence in Iraq, but it is an important milestone on Iraq's course to becoming a democracy that can govern, sustain, and defend itself, and be an ally in the War on Terror.
We are reminded today of how far the Iraqi people have come since the end of Saddam Hussein's rule - and that the progress they have made would not have been possible without the continued service and sacrifice of our men and women in uniform.
Many difficult choices and further sacrifices lie ahead. Yet the safety and security of the American people require that we not relent in ensuring that Iraq's young democracy continues to progress.
1) A fair trial? Please, that charade was anything but. I think the gunning down of lawyers and judges automatically removes a proceeding from the real of "fair."
2) The "rule of law?" hardly. What we saw was a grotesque sectarian lynching.
3) Iraq's "young democracy?" You just keep right on believing that, if it helps.
4) Milestone? ANOTHER milestone? Or is it a turning point?
He did say one thing that was accurate:
Bringing Saddam Hussein to justice will not end the violence in IraqGee, ya think?