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"The death of one man is a tragedy. The death of millions is a statistic" - Joseph Stalin.
I cannot understand how so many people are condemning the execution of Saddam Hussein. This man is directly responsible for the deaths of over 1 million people. Surely if anyone deserves the death penalty it's this man. I understand if you oppose the death penalty no matter the circumstances but many of you do support capital punishment and still oppose its use on Saddam. Why?
I believe the main reason is because of one of two factors, either you are so opposed to the war in Iraq that you cannot support any positive developments or Stalin was right and because you cannot connect a face or narrative to Saddam's crimes they are meaningless to you. I believe that many people saw the images of a disheveled looking Saddam after his capture and felt more sympathy for him then his victims because they could connect Saddam's face to suffering better then his victims.
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My friends and I who are fans of A Dub ever since he played at ASU have a running joke about just how slow Andrew is, in fact we decided to make a bet on the over-under on the 40 time. I looked for his 40 time in the rookie combine and got an n/a. Does any one know what his 40, 20 or 10 time is?
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