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  • ZOT! - An Open Letter from Donald to Saddam

    02/05/2004 1:36:09 PM PST · by NC Yippie · 91 replies · 502+ views
    Dear Saddam, Remember when we first met on that magic night in Baghdad in 1983? You were gassing those wacky Iranians with chemical weapons and having a grand old time, but Ronnie and I just said hey, 'dictators will be dictators' - know what I mean?!! Hahaha. It's a good thing we sold you all those weapons and military equipment that you used in crushing your own people. Lord knows what might have happened if we hadn't stepped in to help you out. What a time it was too! We sold you all kinds of fun things - anthrax, VX...
  • (BAGHDAD) BOB'S YOUR 'ANCHOR'

    01/12/2004 1:04:15 AM PST · by kattracks · 43 replies · 244+ views
    New York Post ^ | 1/12/04 | DON KAPLAN
    <p>January 12, 2004 -- It's the all-new Baghdad Bob - he's cleaned up his act, dyed his hair and he's back on the air. Mohammed Saeed al-Sahhaf, the Iraqi minister of disinformation who became famous for his absurd daily reports that Iraq was winning the war, has popped up on Arab television as a commentator - as these new exclusive photos show.</p>
  • Amazing Picture of Saddam as he was captured!

    01/07/2004 6:51:02 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 115 replies · 3,236+ views
  • Howard Dean: ‘We’ve not paid attention to al-Qaida’

    01/03/2004 9:53:06 AM PST · by rs79bm · 87 replies · 494+ views
    AP / Portsmouth Herald ^ | 1/2/2004 | Holly Ramer
    NASHUA, N.H. -- Democrat Howard Dean said that the events of the last few weeks have shown he was right to conclude that Saddam Hussein’s capture didn’t make America safer. Dean, the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination, faced criticism from his party’s rivals for his comments following the Dec. 13 capture of Saddam. Since then, the national terrorism alert has been raised to orange and more troops have been killed in Iraq, he said at a town hall meeting in Nashua. "They got all excited, but here we are," the former Vermont governor said. "We’ve lost 10 more troops...
  • Dean Cites Terror Alert As Vindication

    01/02/2004 5:09:27 PM PST · by Hal1950 · 79 replies · 435+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 2 January 2004 | Holly Ramer
    NASHUA, N.H. -- Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean on Friday cited the higher terror alert and the number of U.S. troops killed in Iraq in arguing that he was right to say Saddam Hussein's capture didn't make America safer. "They got all excited, but here we are," Dean told a town-hall meeting. "We've lost 10 more troops and F-16s are escorting foreign passenger jets into our air space because we're now more worried than we were before."
  • Saddam Spit on a G.I. As He Was Handcuffed; U.S. Soldier Punched Back

    12/21/2003 6:15:34 AM PST · by sonsofliberty2000 · 206 replies · 841+ views
    Saddam Spit on a G.I. As He Was Handcuffed; U.S. Soldier Punched Back
  • PHOTO TRICKS: Saddam Capture Is Govt Psy-Ops Plot- Pictures Doctored

    01/01/2004 7:30:19 AM PST · by 11th Earl of Mar · 78 replies · 668+ views
    GuluFuture ^ | 1/1/04
      http://www.GuluFuture.com/saddam-tricks.htm Intro Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Sham Saddam Scam Part 2: THE OVERKILL ERROR PHOTO TRICKS BETRAY THE 'SADDAM' PSYOP by Fintan Dunne, Editor GuluFuture.com 18th December, 2003 The Saddam capture caper is a sophisticated psychological operation (PsyOp) aimed at both mainstream and alternative media. But the psyop team have been too clever for their own good. Here's why.   You probably won't even be reading this unless you already figured that the Saddam capture is suspect. The psychological operations crew in the US military know full well that people like you exist. People...
  • How Saddam may still nail Bush

    12/18/2003 12:03:26 PM PST · by Dr. Marten · 102 replies · 387+ views
    Asia Times ^ | 12.19.03 | Pepe Escobar
    THE RAT TRAPPart 1: How Saddam may still nail BushBy Pepe Escobar BAKU - The Christmas blockbuster from the Pentagon studios was a dream. This was the new Roman Empire at its peak - better than Ridleys Scott's Gladiator: a real, captive barbarian emperor, paraded on the Circus Maximus of world television. The barbarian was not a valiant warrior - but a bum. He was not hiding in a nuclear-proof bunker armed to his teeth - he was caught like "a rat" in a "spider hole". He was nothing but a pathetic ghost taking a medical for the world to...
  • Iraqi newspaper publishes photos of Saddam behind bars

    12/18/2003 11:45:49 AM PST · by Shermy · 38 replies · 276+ views
    AFP ^ | December 18, 2003
    BAGHDAD (AFP) - A giant photo of fallen dictator Saddam Hussein getting a jail visit from his nemesis Ahmed Chalabi graced the front page of a Baghdad newspaper. A pale and thinner Saddam, dressed in a grey sports jacket and white robes, is sitting on a bed in his crumbling cell, next to his adversary, the longtime Iraqi opposition leader Chalabi, who returned to Baghdad after Saddam was pushed from power last April. The photo was blown up across the front page of Al-Mutamar, the paper of Chalabi's Iraqi National Congress (INC). "Today's paper sold out in record time. I...
  • With Saddam's Capture, "Fear Has Ended" in Iraq

    12/16/2003 3:13:53 PM PST · by ArrogantBustard · 16 replies · 135+ views
    Zenit News Agency ^ | DEC. 15, 2003 | N/A
    Code: ZE03121507 Date: 2003-12-15 With Saddam's Capture, "Fear Has Ended" in Iraq Chaldean Bishops Voice Hopes for Country's Future BAGHDAD, Iraq, DEC. 15, 2003 (Zenit.org).- The Iraqi population was surprised and relieved to learn about the capture of Saddam Hussein, say the country's two Chaldean Catholic bishops. "At last fear is removed -- all the weight we carried on our backs, all the dead and the killings," as well as the "suspicion that there still were spies, that Saddam would reappear," said Bishop Rabban Al-Qas of the Diocese of Amadiyah, according to AsiaNews.it. With the arrest of the former...
  • Jackson Lee invites terrorist dictator to Texas (my title)

    12/16/2003 12:30:42 PM PST · by GOPcapitalist · 35 replies · 340+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | Ron Nissimov
    Jackson Lee said she was so impressed with Syrian President Bashar Assad during her visit that she invited him to speak in Texas, even though his country is designated by the United States as a rogue state and a sponsor of terrorism. "I'm sure someone will write a headline, `Congresswoman invites a terrorist'," Jackson Lee said. "But that's not what I'm trying to do." She said Assad showed his willingness to negotiate by meeting despite President Bush's signing on Friday of the Syria Accountability and Lebanese Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2003, which could impose sanctions on Syria. "He's a 39-year-old...
  • ZOT: Oh Holy Night

    12/16/2003 9:03:44 AM PST · by impeach george w bush · 77 replies · 695+ views
    Oh holy night! The stars are brightly shining It is the night of the dear Savior's birth! Long lay the world in sin and error pining Till he appear'd and the soul felt its worth. A thrill of hope the weary world rejoices For yonder breaks a new and glorious morn! Fall on your knees Oh hear the angel voices Oh night divine Oh night when Christ was born Oh night divine Oh night divine Led by the light of Faith serenely beaming With glowing hearts by His cradle we stand So led by light of a star sweetly gleaming...
  • What Should Be Done With Saddam Hussein?

    12/16/2003 4:25:40 AM PST · by Smile-n-Win · 23 replies · 193+ views
    Capitalism Magazine ^ | December 15, 2003 | Thomas Sowell
    Summary: Since stoning people to death is a tradition in parts of the Middle East, that might be the most appropriate way to execute Saddam Hussein. If each relative of someone murdered by Saddam were allowed to throw a stone, the line might stretch back for miles. Television pictures of that line, broadcast throughout the Arab world, could completely undermine any notion that this is just an American vendetta against Moslems.
  • Saddam capture doesn't change Jackson Lee's mind [SJL invites Syrian Pres. to speak in TX]

    12/15/2003 7:41:14 PM PST · by HennepinPrisoner · 34 replies · 244+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | 12/15/2003 | RON NISSIMOV
    U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Houston, said today that the capture of Saddam Hussein does nothing to change her opposition to the war in Iraq. "I believe we should have had a congressional vote before declaring war, and we should have allowed U.N. inspectors time to finish their work," Jackson Lee said during a news conference at Bush Intercontinental Airport. "As to WMDs (weapons of mass destruction), the fact they have not been found I believe shows I was right." One of the more outspoken congressional critics of the war in Iraq, Jackson Lee had returned to Houston from a...
  • Democrats mix congratulations with criticism (Kerry said he'd have nabbed Saddam sooner)

    12/15/2003 11:10:38 AM PST · by seamus · 37 replies · 350+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | Dec. 15, 2003 | James G. Lakely
    <p>The capture of Saddam Hussein was praised by the Democratic presidential candidates yesterday, but most took the opportunity to reiterate what they see as President Bush's failed Iraqi policy or take shots at front-runner Howard Dean, who opposed the war.</p>
  • Rush using DU posts to blast Dems

    12/15/2003 10:30:26 AM PST · by Grig · 51 replies · 298+ views
    Rush is reading from DU posts to rip Dean supporters and Democrats as the anti-USA kooks they are. Gotta love it.
  • Saddam Whereabouts Still a Mystery (STUPID MEDIA ALERT)

    12/15/2003 11:50:44 AM PST · by Wolfstar · 59 replies · 3,542+ views
    Reuters ^ | 12/15/03
    LONDON (Reuters) - Saddam Hussein's whereabouts remained a mystery Monday even after his capture, with CNN reporting he had been moved to the Gulf state of Qatar and an Iraqi official insisting he was still in Iraq. The plot only thickened when the U.S. military declined to say where it was keeping the former dictator, who was still being hidden after eight months hiding himself. "For security reasons we cannot identify where he is at the moment," Captain Bruce Frame from U.S. Central Command in Florida told Reuters. U.S.-led troops who toppled Saddam, 66, in April captured him Saturday in...
  • DFU SONG: Christmas 2003 - Up on the Housetop (will Howard Dean jump?)

    12/15/2003 11:31:53 AM PST · by doug from upland · 7 replies · 220+ views
    DFU CHRISTMAS SONGS | Christmas 2003 | Lyrics, Doug from Upland
    http://www.mondobimbo.com/buon-natale/musiche.htm MIDI - UP ON THE HOUSETOP High on the housetop poor Howard stands...Saddam's capture screws his plans He's up there screaming that Bush has lied...last night supporters had really cried Ho ho ho...look out below...ho ho ho...look out below Will be hearing thump, thump, thump Is Howard Dean gonna finally jump Those who sent money are going nuts...once more, Dubya kicks their butts Look at their faces...they all are numb...vanquished again by a guy who's dumb Ho ho ho...look out below...ho ho ho...look out below Will be hearing thump, thump, thump Is Howard Dean gonna finally jump Here come...
  • Rush shuts down DU again!

    12/15/2003 10:30:42 AM PST · by ConservativeMan55 · 489 replies · 1,161+ views
    Rush is quoting posters from DU again. They're server crashed! He was quoting about how posters thought Bush was more of a danger than Saddam!
  • Saddam 'should have killed himself'

    12/15/2003 7:57:24 AM PST · by 11th_VA · 29 replies · 282+ views
    news.com.au ^ | December 15, 2003 | From Nasser Abu Bakr in Jenin
    PALESTINIANS today accused former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein of cowardice after the long-time hero to many in the West Bank and Gaza Strip was captured without a struggle by US troops near his hometown. Saddam's support and financial aid to the tune of thousands of dollars for the families of Palestinian suicide bombers during the three-year intifada made the former Iraqi strongman a popular figure in the occupied territories. Palestinians celebrated during the 1991 Gulf War when Saddam's forces fired dozens of Scud missiles at Israel. But today many were quick to draw a contrast between Saddam's meek surrender and...