Chemical Ali Joins Saddam In A Very Hot Place


Liberals around the world are probably sad right now, and wondering what the USA might have done to make Ali such a bad person

Ali Hassan al-Majid, a former Iraqi official known as Chemical Ali, has been executed by hanging, a government spokesman has announced.

Majid, an enforcer in Saddam Hussein’s regime and his cousin, had earlier been sentenced to death four times for genocide and crimes against humanity.

In January, he was sentenced to death for ordering the gas attack on the Kurdish town of Halabja in 1988.

Iraq knows how to deal with very bad people. Obama gives them Constitutional rights and free room and board in a federal penitentiary.

Meanwhile, the guy Obama promised to catch or kill (then changed his mind, and said Osama was no big deal), has taken credit for the attempted Christmas Day bombing (I’m rather skeptical) in a new message, “from Osama to Obama.” He promises new attacks, and

Until there is “security in Palestine” and an end to U.S. support of Israel, bin Laden says, “America shall not dream about security.”

No worries, then, as Obama and the lefties diss Isreal and cozy up to the Palestinians.

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