Monday, November 06, 2006


The condemning of Saddam Hussein to death by hanging came only after he refused to accept the sentence of a new term as ruler of the war-torn country.
Western intelligence sources confirmed to the Kiwi Herald that the former dictator refused the dictatorship saying that "he would rather cut and run."
"Governing the current Iraq is a fate worse than death," he is alleged to have said.
"It is an impossibility. I would rather have a quick death than have the life squeezed out of me slowly like is happening to George Bush and the government of Nuri al-Maliki."
Meanwhile, speaking from the USS Abraham Lincoln, President George Bush announced that his mission had been "re-accomplished once more." He said the sentencing of Saddam signalled the blossoming of democracy in Iraq and that providing the Democrats
failed to take Congress peace would be achieved by Xmas.

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