why Saddam Hussein is to be hanged and Bush is to be praised for killing people?
What is the difference btw them.? See no differrence btw them. Bush with his false democracy killed so many people everywhere and in the US as well. God will punish him for this.... sure.... Sooner or later. No wars to you in the New Year! Happiness and Love!!!
Thank you for your answers. Now I understand why such things happen in the world. I have never seen so much hatred in my life as i saw it in your answers.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
I can relate to this. George Bush President of the United States is a man without honor. He has spread shame on America, it's Constitution, and it's People. It is a highly embarrassing situation for every Good American. This Man has spun completely out of control and he needs to be stopped immediately. President Bush has reduced and discounted himself to nothing more then a mere "pedofile" and "War Criminal." Here is a list of just a "few" of the crimes President Bush has committed....
1) Seizing power to wage wars of aggression in defiance of the U.S. Constitution, the U.N. Charter and the rule of law; carrying out a massive assault on and occupation of Iraq, a country that was not threatening the United States, resulting in the death and maiming of hundereds of thousands of Iraqis, and thousands of U.S. G.I.s.
2) Lying to the people of the U.S., to Congress, and to the U.N., providing false and deceptive rationales for war.
3) Authorizing, ordering and condoning direct attacks on civilians, civilian facilities and locations where civilian casualties were unavoidable.
4) Instituting a secret and illegal wiretapping and spying operation against the people of the United States through the National Security Agency.
5) Threatening the independence and sovereignty of Iraq by belligerently changing its government by force and assaulting Iraq in a war of aggression.
6) Authorizing, ordering and condoning assassinations, summary executions, kidnaping, secret and other illegal detentions of individuals, torture and physical and psychological coercion of prisoners to obtain false statements concerning acts and intentions on governments and individuals and violating within the United States, and by authorizing U.S. forces and agents elsewhere, the rights of individuals under the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Eighth Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
7) Making, ordering and condoning false statements and propaganda about the conduct of foreign governments and individuals and acts by U.S. government personnel; manipulating the media and foreign governments with false information; concealing information vital to public discussion and informed judgment concerning acts, intentions and possession, or efforts to obtain weapons of mass destruction in order to falsely create a climate of fear and destroy opposition to U.S. wars of aggression and first strike attacks.
8) Violations and subversions of the Charter of the United Nations and international law, both a part of the "Supreme Law of the land" under Article VI, paragraph 2, of the Constitution, in an attempt to commit with impunity crimes against peace and humanity and war crimes in wars and threats of aggression against Afghanistan, Iraq and others and usurping powers of the United Nations and the peoples of its nations by bribery, coercion and other corrupt acts and by rejecting treaties, committing treaty violations, and frustrating compliance with treaties in order to destroy any means by which international law and institutions can prevent, affect, or adjudicate the exercise of U.S. military and economic power against the international community.
9) Acting to strip United States citizens of their constitutional and human rights, ordering indefinite detention of citizens, without access to counsel, without charge, and without opportunity to appear before a civil judicial officer to challenge the detention, based solely on the discretionary designation by the Executive of a citizen as an "enemy combatant."
10) Ordering indefinite detention of non-citizens in the United States and elsewhere, and without charge, at the discretionary designation of the Attorney General or the Secretary of Defense.
11) Ordering and authorizing the Attorney General to override judicial orders of release of detainees under INS jurisdiction, even where the judicial officer after full hearing determines a detainee is wrongfully held by the government.
12) Authorizing secret military tribunals and summary execution of persons who are not citizens who are designated solely at the discretion of the Executive who acts as indicting official, prosecutor and as the only avenue of appellate relief.
13) Refusing to provide public disclosure of the identities and locations of persons who have been arrested, detained and imprisoned by the U.S. government in the United States, including in response to Congressional inquiry.
14) Use of secret arrests of persons within the United States and elsewhere and denial of the right to public trials.
15) Authorizing the monitoring of confidential attorney-client privileged communications by the government, even in the absence of a court order and even where an incarcerated person has not been charged with a crime.
16) Ordering and authorizing the seizure of assets of persons in the United States, prior to hearing or trial, for lawful or innocent association with any entity that at the discretionary designation of the Executive has been deemed "terrorist."
17) Engaging in criminal neglect in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, depriving thousands of people in Louisiana, Mississippi and other Gulf States of urgently needed support, causing mass suffering and unnecessary loss of life.
18) Institutionalization of racial and religious profiling and authorization of domestic spying by federal law enforcement on persons based on their engagement in noncriminal religious and political activity.
19) Refusal to provide information and records necessary and appropriate for the constitutional right of legislative oversight of executive functions.
20) Rejecting treaties protective of peace and human rights and abrogation of the obligations of the United States under, and withdrawal from, international treaties and obligations without consent of the legislative branch, and including termination of the ABM treaty between the United States and Russia, and rescission of the authorizing signature from the Treaty of Rome which served as the basis for the International Criminal Court
May God Bless America!
- ramshiLv 41 decade ago
There are differences. Saddam ordered military action against some Iraqis to suppress a rebellion against Iraq govt. Bush ordered invasion for no reason. (His reasons of WMDs and removing a dictator are not accepted by majority of the world.)
Saddam did what any other leader of any country would have done. There are plenty of examples from history. Eg China, India, UK. What Bush did is totally unexcusable and there are no parallels in history.
Saddam's govt killed only those who were rebelling against the govt, not his own people. Bush killed 300 of his own soldiers. Saddam did not kill hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians.
So, anyway you look at it, Bush crimes are enormous compared to Saddam's. In fact, US has a history of genocide of civilians. Like in WW2 in Japan.
- 1 decade ago
Than, you're an idiot! Saddam was tried and convicted by the Iraqi people. You would know this if you occasionally picked up a newspaper. He will be executed by the Iraqi people at a time and place yet to be revealed, within the next 30 days.
The US has no voice in the execution of Saddam, or when it will take place, however it is being blamed for the entire matter. Retribution is already on the planning table, so stand by for many more dead jihadists, because of this.
As for you, you liberal bonehead, if you are so blinded by your liberal blindness, there is very little hope for you!
- Anonymous1 decade ago
false democracy? Seriously are you even an American? How dare you call the U.S. a false democracy? Is it a false democracy because you are too lazy/stupid to get into office? Or is it a false democracy because you don't have the power to implement what ever goes on in that little idiot brain of yours.
Believe it or not, not all killing is the same. Killing innocent people indecriminately for disagreeing with you is a lot worse than killing to protect those innocent people.
You ma'am should be ashamed or yourself.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Bush has control of the liberal media.
Remember the Skull&Bones owns a lions share of all Printed and TV information in America.
Remember Henry Luce??? He supported the Communist agenda. and The Fascist.
Go big Red Go
- bichoffLv 44 years ago
Saddam grow to be convicted interior the 1st trial on the deaths of the 176. waiting for him, could he have no longer quickly been got here across no longer in charge, have been trials for: a million) the slaughter of tens of hundreds of Kurds utilising chemical weapons, 2) the slaughter of greater effective than a million Iranians in the time of the Iran-Iraq conflict, 3) the slaughter of yet untold greater Kuwaitis for the time of his invasion of that united states, 4) the wanton homicide of hundreds of thousands of Shia in Iraq for the time of his 30-twelve months reign of terror. the certainty that he grow to be convicted on the 1st fee, sentenced to loss of life, and hanged for his crime would not negate the different crimes. Bush has come nowhere close to the loss of life toll of Saddam. in certainty, the loss of life toll from the U.S. invasion grow to be trifling while in comparison with Saddam, and keeps to be a trifle while in comparison with the factional strife between the Shia and the Sunnis and the Kurds -- which killed 34,000 in simple terms this previous twelve months on my own. it truly is greater effective than the U.S. invasion and occupation have killed in the two Gulf Wars mixed. you're completely uninformed approximately what's truly happening. So go piss up a rope.
- 1 decade ago
Bush doesn't have people put in plastic shredders
Bush didn't use nerve gas on Americans as Saddam did on Kurds his own people
Bush wasn't found guilty of the mass murder of 150,000 people
and on trial for 150,000 more mass murder victims
You think OUR troops would do such things You are one sick America hater
I suggest you move to Iran sounds like your kind of place
intolerance, death and hate are the rule there have fun
- 1 decade ago
Actually, Saddam has killed more people wrongefully than Bush has killed rightfully.
Thats why Saddam is going to be hanged. In fact, Saddam's own people are hanging him. Thats what solidifies my arguement.
- 1 decade ago
If you honestly don't see the difference then you are too far gone to reach anyway. God will punish you for being so judgemental without factual information Maybe you should try to live in Iraq. Maybe you will experience the difference and wise up.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I don't praise Bush, I detest him. But as soon as you find evidence of him personally ordering rapes, torture, and brutal murders of thousands of his own countrymen he simply finds offensive, and then has them buried in mass graves like animals, get back to us. Why do you see realistic views about the world as hate? If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. We are in a war, and people are passionate about it. Do you really expect everyone to sit down, put daisies in their hair and sing "Kumbayah?" Grow up.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Saddam has done much, much worse things involving rape, torture, ect. of many innocent people. Starting a war isn't nearly as bad as, say, using women and children of your own country as a human shield for yourself.