Sick of Saddam....shouldn't we be honoring President Ford?
Good riddence Saddam
RIP PRESIDENT FORD
- Joe SLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
We can do both! But I think the media is going overboard on the reporting of Saddam's payment of his crimes.
- schroerLv 43 years ago
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- 1 decade ago
I agree. Our society's culture is so short-term in news, and important issues. On some media outlets, Gerald Ford is already old news. This is so sad. There are more important things going on. Saddam is gone, but we are still at war, Darfur needs out help, and we should continue to honor James Brown and Gerald Ford without ignoring the important issues as well.
- 1 decade ago
Saddam's death marks a new era for Iraqi people and the promise of a stable democracy.
But Ford was our President through some of the darkest days in the U.S. He ended an era of conflict and corruption to bring the U.S. back to where it belongs - united.
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- 13caesarsLv 41 decade ago
We all know the horrors that Saddam perpetrated.
What did Ford do? Wasn't he the guy who will be remembered for not being able to walk and chew gum at the same time?
Some people give too much reverence to their politicians,.,,
- Colette BLv 51 decade ago
Yep! The newscasters should say, "Saddam is dead. In other news today..." Don't give it much press! What else is there to say? He got what he gave to over a million of his own people.
- SkeeterLv 51 decade ago
AMEN, brother,godbless an happy new year!