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Johnnie

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Like the rat that he is, our braves sons, daughters, Fathers and Mothers, have succeeded in pulling a RAT from a hole in the cellar of a house in Tikrit.

God bless all those brave souls that protect our freedoms, and may they all be home soon...

BlueNinja

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As I am typing this, I am watching a report on this by NBC. You beat me to posting....

Rocketmaniac

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Originally posted by Johnnierkt
God bless all those brave souls that protect our freedoms, and may they all be home soon...

Johnnie

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RAT-A-tat-tat was merely to emphasize the "RAT".

I do not wish him dead, I wish him to rot within a concrete cell, and die of old age, merely to face his inevitable fate for eternity...HELL

n3tjm

Papa Elf
Oh... Sorry... I should of seen that... I looked like machine gun fire to me

You don't wan't to wish anybody to Hell... I know he has been a very bad boy... and he will (and should) recieve his punishment... but there is a chance and opertunity for him to repent in the eye of God.

Johnnie

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You don't wan't to wish anybody to Hell... I know he has been a very bad boy... and he will (and should) recieve his punishment... but there is a chance and opertunity for him to repent in the eye of God.
Amen, and with out getting too religious, I humbly agree with you...I hope he can unseal his already set destiny.

Milo

TRF BoD Member
You don't have to wish him dead. The Iraqi's will see to that. The US has agreed to hand him over to them for trial for crimes he commited from the 60's until the war started.

I have a feeling he will be put to death.

Stones

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What Milo said. The Iraqi's won't mess around with handing out justice.

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I'm amazed he was captured alive. I figured he had been blown to bits and ashes during the bombing campaign. I would never have believed he was alive unless our boys drug from a hole like they did. I still think Osama is rotting in a cave somewhere in Afghanistan, but I was wrong about Saddam go anything is possible. God bless our soldiers and go US Army!

cydermaster

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Saddam shouldn't be executed. Thats the easy option for him. Loss of freedom, for the rest of his natural life, would be mutch harder for him to bear, psychologically.

How about shipping over the perspex box David Blaine was in, and make it Saddam's cell for the rest of his life, suspended 50ft above a town square in Bagdad. I'm sure the locals will have fun 'disposing' of all their rotten vegtables by chucking them at the box. Rather like a modern version of the Stocks, in Medievil times.

DPatell

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Stick him in any normal prison. All the prisoners will take it upon themselves to make it an enjoyable experience for him...and the guards would just look the other way.

Whatever it is, I just want to see that animal get a dose of his own medicine...

arthur dent

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Good ridance,he will get what he deserve's...Lets hope that Iraq will become a liitle safer for all our service men and women this christmas now that the rat has been caught in his trap.

Neil

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Yeah. He will get what he deserves all right.

I think any prison will do ("azkaban prison" with all those dementors would do him up right), and the other in-mates will take it from there.