If Saddam Hussein is executed...

United States
December 27, 2006 5:11pm CST
If the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is to be executed for indirect crimes against humanity, then if all things being equal, why not also try and convict George W. Bush and his criminal administration for the same crimes? Here are some facts: U.S. President George W. Bush and his criminal administration have killed over 655,000 innocent humans (10/11/06 "Washington Post"). Saddam Hussein was found guilty of the “execution of 148 Shias in Dujail” Iraq (RTE News 12/27/06). U.S. President George W. Bush and his criminal administration have tortured thousands of innocent humans at the Guantanamo prison camp, the Abu Ghraib torture-chambers, and the CIA secret prisons around the world. This is a complete violation of the UN charter on the Human Rights abuses. So, I ask. Why not have a war crimes tribunal (as they did for the Nazi criminals) and hold the U.S. President George W. Bush and his criminal administration accountable to the rule of law. Convict them, blindfold them, and send them to Jesus.
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@Netsbridge (3241)
• United States
27 Dec 06
And finally do away with double standard? True, the execution of Iraqi president Saddam Hussein will only be juistice if all his Western cronies who knew what Sadam was allegedly doing, and yet provided him with the tools to continue his acts, are all also executed with Saddam. However, whether you execute Saddam, Bush, or his cronies will make no difference whatsoever. You see, all these beings you see are actually doppel gangers of their real selves, rpobably somewhere on Mars laughing at us. Percival Lowell did indeed see something!
@ESKARENA1 (18296)
27 Dec 06
im afraid its a case of those who hold the power control the law, saddam lost therefore he is subject to American justice, Bush on the other hand, as victor has the right to punish saddam but noth the other way round, simply the case of winners justice