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OhioChick Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-29-06 12:10 PM
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Readerspeak: What punishment should Bush get? (LTTE)
The Iraqi people should now decide what to do with Bush. It is his turn now.

Syed Hameed
Dubai U.A.E.

Saddam killed 148 people for his security and Bush is killing thousands for his security.



Saddam does not deserve a death sentence because he has done lot for his country. There is no doubt about it. If Saddam gets death sentence than what about Bush? Today thousands are being killed by Bush in Iraq. Saddam Hussein's blood will spill all over America and God will never forgive Bush & the Americans as Bush is the biggest criminal in the world. I am sure this will be the prayers of the world. Bush has invaded Iraq without any justification. America is the biggest terrorist country in the world. May Almighty God punish Bush.

A. Dias


Finally America, especially father & son combination of Bush have managed to send Iraqs ousted President to the gallows. Congratulation to Bush & America! At last they have achieved what they wanted in Iraq. They wanted Saddam out so that only America & Britain could have the rights on Iraqi oil. What democracy is Mr.Bush talking about when everyday there are hundreds of Iraqis being killed on the streets. Democracy can't be stabilised by forcefully elected members either in Iraq or in Afghanistan. These two places will turn out to be a nightmare for American & British forces, people should just watch out! It is the beginning of end of western powers. Lets see this action of America & Britain, where does it take the world? Already there are several problems:-Palestine, Sudan, India, Pakistan, Kashmir, Burma, North Korea, Taiwan, China and East Timor. Where all can America can go & resolve the issues? Maybe only till the time Republicans are there problems will remain. Or one of these Presidents will prepare the fall of America. Great civilisations & kings have lost compared to that America is nothing. Just by sending Saddam to gallows will not solve the problem. Send Mr.Bush to a one-sided trial & I am sure any court on this earth will pronounce the death sentence on him. Hang Mr. Bush for genocide done by him on Iraqi soil. Who is responsible for thousands killed in Iraq? Mr.Bush, so he should get death sentence first, not Saddam.

Indu Prakash


US must seek death sentence for their President Bush for the crimes committed in Iraq and Afghanistan where several hundred thousand have died. Why isnt Bush is not accountable?


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acmavm Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-29-06 12:15 PM
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1. George and Co. don't understand that they are universally
hated. They probably don't care either. But it will complicate their futures if they think about traveling the world.
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greenbriar Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-29-06 12:16 PM
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2. take him please
we took your leader...

you can have ours

do with him what you wish
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