Well, you can’t kill someone more than once :pp
I believe that this pentalty that Hussain was given is just for one of his small adventures during his time as Iraqs leader. For the slaughter of a small village somewhere. And he won’t be sentence to death until he’s convicted for a lot of other things too.
As for Bush…well…as I said, you can’t kill someone more than once
– christa 2006-11-05 09:53 UTC
For the cycle of violence to stop – someone has to give ground, someone has to sat stop – it would be ironic in the extreme if this was the new found democratic government in Iraq. They would really set an example and would display that they really have had a regieme change.
I cant see it happening though ….
As for Bush and Blair – they will have to account for their sins, if not in this world, the next.
– MsDemmie 2006-11-05 11:22 UTC
How about a life sentence? I’m against the death penalty, and I don’t think we should make exceptions, even if we’re talking about Saddam Hussein. Here in Switzerland a sentence for life will lead to 25 years in prison unless you’re considered mentally ill and dangerous; and if you’re well behaved, you’re free after 17 years.
– Alex Schröder 2006-11-05 23:25 UTC