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Excellent news. 

Another important milestone in World War III is achieved tonight — the prosecution, conviction and execution of one of humanity’s great mass murderers and terror-supporters. 

GatewayPundit reminds us of Saddam’s cruelty and systematic reign of death.  America liberated the world of this beast.

Captain Ed takes The New York Times to task for its opposition to putting Saddam to death.  I’m sure the Times’ editors and those who follow them would rather see President Bush in the gallows tonight.

The reluctance of the Times to support Saddam’s conviction is puzzling, given that they concede all available evidence paints him as one of the worst monsters in the past few decades. It seems to spring from an objection to his sentence rather than his conviction, as they end with a warning that Saddam’s execution will not create a “new and better Iraq,” but that’s not the purpose of criminal sentencing, either. Sentences serve dual purposes: to protect society and to serve as a deterrent to others, neither of which has anything to do with creating a new and better anything.

Stay close to PajamasMedia for breaking coverage of the Saddam execution.

Mohammed at Iraq The Model is liveblogging the execution and related events on the ground in Baghdad.

**UPDATE** — As I predicted above, the American Lefties are calling on President Bush to be executed instead of recognizing the justice tonight for the hundreds of thousands of nameless Iraqis slaughtered at the hands of Saddam Hussein. (h/t – RedState)

**SATURDAY MOURNING UPDATE** — The American Left across the board are mourning the execution of Saddam Hussein.  Gateway Pundit has the full round-up of disgusting reaction from those who claim to be Americans.


-Bruce (GayPatriot)



  1. (Like blaming libs for Iraq)

    Happy New Year! To you All

    Comment by keogh — December 30, 2006 @ 8:26 pm - December 30, 2006

  2. LOL….even given Keogh’s usual rantings, this one is a lu-lu.

    Biden has proposed more troops and a solution to Iraq

    Like this headline.

    “Biden Opposes Iraq Troop Surge”

    And what does keogh claim?

    It must suck for you that I am here to point out your logical fallacies


    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — December 30, 2006 @ 8:38 pm - December 30, 2006

  3. NDT, I agree.

    Kerry didn’t outline plans that “the right” later embraced as their own. Rather, Kerry outlined plans that Bush and the military had already been doing, mixed in with throw-in-the-towel calls for rapid withdrawal.

    And that was back in 2005 and 2004.

    And keogh, dear, sweet, silly keogh, again you need a big wake-up call. Dearie, it is your logical fallacies that are so continuously, richly on display and exposure on GayPatriot. (Thank you, by the way.)

    In this instance, I challenged you to give us superior liberal ideas – meaning that even *ONE* would do – to HELP AMERICA WIN… other than Lieberman’s call to increase troop levels. And implicitly, other than what Bush and our military are already doing.

    And you couldn’t even provide one.

    You mumbled something about Biden’s and Kerry’s plans – but you couldn’t even name one idea or element of those.

    Calarato 1 (or is that 19?) – keogh 0. LOL 🙂

    Well keogh, I’m grateful you at least approve of Senator Lieberman’s ideas. I’m grateful you didn’t openly exhibit a desire, all too common on the Left, for actual American defeat.

    And, whether this is better or worse, in the absence of serious ideas from any Democrats except Lieberman, the nation has no choice but to continue to take President Bush’s. Bye now!

    Comment by Calarato — December 30, 2006 @ 9:06 pm - December 30, 2006

  4. Postscript for the record – Here’s what we should be doing, to win in Iraq:

    1) Ignore liberal PC shrieking and vastly loosen the ROE. (keogh, that means Rules of Engagement) So that our troops can really FIGHT the terrorists, as the Ethiopians are now proving can be done in Somalia.

    2) Give Iran and Syria 48 hours to stop sending IEDs, money and saboteurs / terrorists into Iraq, or else we are going to bomb their facilities, in progressive steps.

    3) Continue, or intensify if possible (it can’t just be done by magic or wishing), efforts to train Iraqi military and police.

    4) Then, if and only if U.S. ground commanders say it would help, increase our overall troop levels in Iraq.

    Here is one of many points where Kerry shows how far out of touch with reality he is: He breezily declared at one point that we should “double our Special Forces” troops. Um… Mr. Kerry… That can’t happen unless you either (1) find and inspire the incredibly dedicated, tough and excellent people needed for Special Forces – something you as President couldn’t possibly hope to do, by the way; or else (2) stuff the SF ranks with morons – which you of course think the military is composed of anyway – but with a resulting giant drop in SF quality, making the SF increase worse than useless.

    Comment by Calarato — December 30, 2006 @ 9:27 pm - December 30, 2006

  5. 31: The war effort against terrorists was undermined the moment we ceased searching for Bin Laden and went into Iraq. 5 years, 3 months and 18 days since 9/11 and we still have yet to capture or kill him. Yeah, our leaders are doing a bang up job in actually catching the guy who masterminded 9/11.

    But, at least now old George can say he’s gotten his revenge on the guy who tried to kill his dad.

    Comment by Kevin — December 30, 2006 @ 10:39 pm - December 30, 2006

  6. […] Gay Patriot has more links of lefties who are seriously messed up in the head (calling for George Bush to be executed?!), and I’ll link them since I can’t bear to put the actual links here on this blog. […]

    Pingback by Infidels Are Cool » Blog Archive » Saddam Bites The Dust — December 31, 2006 @ 4:09 am - December 31, 2006

  7. […] Gay Patriot has more links of lefties who are seriously messed up in the head (calling for George Bush to be executed?!), and I’ll link them since I can’t bear to put the actual links here on this blog. […]

    Pingback by Infidels Are Cool » Blog Archive » Saddam Bites The Dust *UPDATED* — December 31, 2006 @ 12:28 pm - December 31, 2006

  8. I’m just wondering if those MoFo’s at the UN will put the flags at half-staff for Saddam, like they did for Arafat.

    And lest we forget, they did not choose to do so for Ford.


    Remind me again – WHY are we in the UN anyway????

    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — December 31, 2006 @ 2:25 pm - December 31, 2006

  9. WHY are we in the UN anyway????

    Good question. The corruption at the UN makes anything the Republican Congress did look penny ante by comparison. Republican aides took a few thousand in payoffs from lobbyists… how does that compare with billions skimmed off the oil-for-foodpalaces program? Mark Foley sent a few tacky emails to a page, how does that compare with UN peacekeepers running child prostitution rings, and other UN bureaucrats caught with child pr0nography?

    And yet the liberal-left doesn’t give a damn about UN corruption. Indeed, they think the UN has moral authority over everything and everyone.

    Care to defend your party’s hypocrisy, lefties?

    Comment by V the K — December 31, 2006 @ 3:25 pm - December 31, 2006

  10. #59 I hope at the next UN General Session, Pres. Bush makes and emphasizes the points you just made, as well as the apparent France and Russia financial deals with Saddam when resolutions prohibited that. I’m assuming there is proof, so he should bring it along. If not, then it appears that Bush is just as bad as the lefties in this matter.

    Comment by Pat — January 1, 2007 @ 9:11 am - January 1, 2007

  11. Pat, there is extensive proof – just google any of Claudia Rosett’s articles on the the Oil-for-Food scandals; should only take a few minutes…. And… President Bush WILL NOT make any points about it to the U.N.

    As I said… Bush is, and always has been, way too diplomatic about all this. Way too willing to just sweep stuff under the rug. I fault him for it.

    Ambassador Bolton tried to make some headway with these issues… but look where it got him.

    Comment by Calarato — January 1, 2007 @ 6:12 pm - January 1, 2007

  12. Cal, here’s hoping that the new Sec-Gen will clear out Kofi’s mess and bring the UN back to its intended purpose: a place where diplomacy can avert bloodshed. Not a course in America & Israel Bashing 101.

    And the UN was pretty quiet concerning Saddam’s just reward. Maybe they’re contemplating their own precarious situation in the world today.

    As far as the former dictator of Iraq is concerned: say hi to Satan for me, you terrorist muthaf—a. Hope your 70 virgins look like Helen Thomas.

    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — January 2, 2007 @ 3:46 pm - January 2, 2007

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