The Huffington Post: Death To Bush!

by John Hawkins | November 6, 2006 8:32 am

Over at the Huffington Post[1], the libs in the comments section got so furious about Saddam Hussein being sentenced to death (as if he didn’t deserve it a hundred times over), that Huffpo reader after reader after reader called for George Bush to be put to death as well. You almost have to see it to believe it.

stamper: wow are bush, cheney, rumsfield and rice next?seems to me the killed about as many innocent iraqis as saddam did, and about as many innocent , trusting troops as civilians we lost on 9/11

waxxx: Now how about going after George Bush.

FUBush: Had this been an honest, fair, legal trial by other than a puppet court of a puppet government established by the Bush administration, Saddam may still have been found guilty, but sentenced with him would have been Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Perle, Wolfowitz, Feith, Rice, had the trial truly been concerned with atrocities committed against Iraqis.

The number of innocents massacred by the neo-con zionist regime directing the Bush administration dwarfs those attributed to Saddam, and since the USA is still, though tenuously, a democracy, all US citizens bear an ultimate responsibility for these atrocities.

characterfirst: Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Rice and many others need to be brought to account for their crimes against humanity. The only appropriate punishment would be a public hanging.

shrike: Saddam is a far better man than George W. Bush ever thought about being.

BushCoSatanIncarnate: If Bush was hung side by side with Saddam it would certainly help the cause of a better Iraq. Add Cheney and Rumsfeld and that would placate everyone.

Ardi: Next, Bush, Cheney, Rice, and Rumsfeld should be impeached thereafter to stand trial for war crimes. It would be nice to see ropes go around their necks to be hanged until dead. Afterwards, at their graves, Bob Dylan could sing ‘Masters of War’. Yes!

“And I’ll watch while you’re lowered
Down to your deathbed
And I’ll stand o’er your grave
‘Til I’m sure that you’re dead.”

Hat tip to Little Green Footballs[2] for the story.

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