In a statement of just how far Iraq has come since the American’s showed up, Saddam Hussein will be hanged, any minute, for his actions during his rule over the Arab nation.
If nothing else in the way of progress happened, America’s influence, instead of peace, harmony, security, trade, education, health, welfare or religious tolerance, has brought death.
Hussein is a man; a man who killed people. He did do terrible things to his people, but in the end, he is a man who killed people for standing against him, his rule and his power.
And in America, the solution is death. The recourse for the damned is damning, and by God it will be shown that America brought more death to Iraq than Saddam. Right, wrong, politically or religiously correct or not, yes Saddam is brutal, yes he killed people, and yes we killed him.
We’ll celebrate it tomorrow, but in the end, one reporter mourns, not the death of one man, but the sad conclusion to a chapter in Iraq. Another chapter that ends in death.
How do you think the book will end?