Thursday, April 07, 2005

Saddam Hussein watched the naming of a Kurdish president on television from his cell.

That's cool. But Bakhtiar Amin, interim minister of human rights noted:

[Saddam had] seen an election, and the parliament elected a president, and it's not like before where the transfer of power was done through the shedding of blood, military coups and invasions.

And what we just did was what? A tea party? Lessee...

Shedding of blood. Check.

Military coup. Check.

Invasion. Check.

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