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what happened to Saddam?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by bluecowdawg, Mar 18, 2004.

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  1. bluecowdawg

    bluecowdawg Member

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    i havent seen anything in the news about him since they captured him and thought maybe someone else knew something. just curious
     
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    Hopefully he is enduring many, many hrs of physical and mental torture.:fire:
     
  3. Topgun

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    Probably being held in reserve in case they DON'T capture Osama on Nov 1st. Then they can trot him out to obfuscate the Halliburton/Cheney rape of the USA.

    Or to use as an "important bulletin" to interrupt the TV in case Bush confuses his words in a debate.

    Wag dat dog.

    :cuss:
     
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    they fed him pop rocks candy and hard apple cider to make him talk.wheeeeew.
     
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    He's being prepped to be Kerry's VP. Probably brushing up on his French, getting a nice doo, and a few shots of botox. I've also heard that he is working with SF Bay area Dems to become the defacto ruler of Haiti if the Kerry thing doesn't work out.
     
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    Probably somewhere being guarded by people with GUNS. Wonder what kind of GUNS?

    Now it's a gun related topic!

    Mark
     
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    High powered military style assault weapons for sho. Probably even got bayonet lugs on em.
     
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    Nah he's working at a 7-11 in Pocoima:evil: prolly carrying a French pistol:rolleyes:
     
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    ICRC report on recent visit with Saddam -http://www.icrc.org/Web/Eng/siteeng0.nsf/html/5V7KDZ


    Topgun - "Wag dat dog." ??
    You must be referring to Clinton's launching Operation Desert Fox on the very eve of the congressional vote on his Impeachment for lying about having sex with Monica Lewinsky. THAT's 'wagging the dog'.
     
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    In other words, they have gotten ZERO out of him. The folly of thinking he can give them the key to stopping the guerilla war in Iraq is that he has never been in charge of that. he was cut off from communications for months so it was impossible for him to be in charge or even in the loop. But, the point now is that it is no longer an urban war to return Saddam to power: it is an Al Qaeda war to kill Americans and destabilize the government we are trying to install. IMO, any Saddam "loyalists" (if there was such a thing) are long gone or hooked up with Al Qaeda which is the main force now conducting the war against the US. Hussein is nobody in the grand scheme of things in Iraq.
     
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    Rape? Really good choice of words there.

    Halliburton didn't just come out of nowhere to enter into Iraq as the leftists would have us beleive. They've been a government contractor for 30 years and they have much experience in such matters.

    Cheney currently doesn't own anything in the company and like most successfull American people he actually earned a good living supporting capitalism and using his brain. For some reason people that don't like those who are mainly right of center have a problem with capitalism and using their brains.

    Bush also had a higher grade point average in college then Gore so who's confusing what?

    Clinton was instrumental in coining the term "wag the dog".
     
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    Threadstarter's original question, as asked and answered, was OT.

    For those who want to have a political discussion about Halliburton, Iraq, the relative IQ of various candidates, or the evils of the Clinton years:

    The Legal and Political forum is thataway. ------>

    pax
     
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