posted on Dec, 18 2003 @ 10:48 AM
After discussing the death penalty, Bush told ABC, "But that will be decided, not by the president of the United States, but by the citizens
of Iraq in one form or another."
That's all I was trying to say.
Bush says he wants the people of Iraq to be the ones to decide what will be done to Hussein. So, I would appreciate if people would stop
misrepresenting that. I don't, quite frankly, care the slightest bit what Hussein's "translator" said. The president of the United States says
his plan is for the trial to take place by the citizens of Iraq
. Instead of interviewing each and every one of Saddam's bitches, why don't
we give things a chance and see if President Bush's comments are what holds true. If different developments occur, and the US tries to make it a
private trial held on some military base, well then hey, I'm with you that it's wrong. But until I'm given reason to complain about it, I really
don't care what his translator (who must be out of a job now), his lawn mower, or his waiter has to say about anything.