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Woodward Releases Embargoed Chat with Saddam

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(2006-12-30) — Reporter Bob Woodward said today he would soon allow his Washington Post editors to publish a secret interview he did in 2005 with former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in which the dictator questioned U.S. President George Bush’s rationale for invading Iraq.

Mr. Woodward, who recently permitted his employer to publish a similar covert interview with the late former President Gerald Ford, said Mr. Hussein agreed to the no-holds-barred chat on the condition that the transcript be embargoed until after he “retired from public life,” which he did earlier today.

“I have always thought that President Bush did the right thing when he ordered the invasion,” Mr. Hussein told the star reporter. “However, I never understood why he made WMD such a big deal. Those canisters are so easy to hide and ship, and the lab just looks like any other lab after we scrub it.”

Mr. Hussein said if he were a U.S. president he would not have “wasted 12 years negotiating toothless resolutions” in the United Nations Security Council, but would have extended the Iraq no-fly zone “border to border, and also made it a no-drive, no-walk, no-breathe zone until the Baathist regime fell.”

“If Bush’s father had tried to take Baghdad in 1991, we would have run like a herd of goats from a pack of wild dogs,” he said. “I’d be living in peaceful seclusion in Geneva now, working on my memoirs with Judith Regan, and trading old war stories by email with the exiled former leaders of Saudi Arabia, Iran, Syria, Egypt, Lebanon and so on.”

Mr. Woodward said he would not comment on rumors that he will soon publish interviews with singers James Brown and Lou Rawls, cartoonist Joseph Barbera, actors Don Knotts, Jack Palance, Glenn Ford, June Allyson, Dennis Weaver, Shelley Winters and Jane Wyatt, as well as Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin and sportscaster Curt Gowdy, all of whom died in 2006 and may have been secretly critical of Mr. Bush’s rationale for invading Iraq.

HT: Powerline

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  • 1 Scott Ott // Dec 30, 2006 at 11:35 am

    Woodward Releases Embargoed Chat with Saddam…

    by Scott Ott(2006-12-30) — Reporter Bob Woodward said today he would soon allow his Washington Post editors to publish a secret interview he did in 2005 with former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in which the dictator questioned U.S. President……

  • 2 onlineanalyst // Dec 30, 2006 at 11:48 am

    All I want to know is if Woodward cut the same deal for this interview that CNN had brokered with Saddam.

    In channeling the dead (or near-dead) and publishing after their engines are cooled, Muckraker Woodward has abilities comparable in reverse to John Edwards’s, a better-haired candidate who interprets messages from the unborn “collection of cells.” From tomb to womb, we have some terrific clairvoyants out there to keep us in the loopy.

  • 3 SeaDog // Dec 30, 2006 at 11:54 am

    Wow! With all the “celebrities” named above, ol’ Bob will be getting writer’s cramp (or should that be crap?). It’s so much easier to write what people said AFTER they aren’t around to dispute it.

    It’s only fitting that Woodward, a crackpot, would write for the NY Times, a crackpot newsrag.

  • 4 CalGirl // Dec 30, 2006 at 11:57 am

    Mr. Hussein agreed to the no-holds-barred chat on the condition that the transcript be embargoed until after he “retired from public life,” which he did earlier today.

    Oh, ouch.

  • 5 Bill's Bites // Dec 30, 2006 at 11:57 am

    Saddam Hussein is still dead….

    Unfortunately the best video I’ve located so far stops short of showing the actual moment the floor drops away. If I can get my hands on the whole thing I’ll post it and if I find a link to it…

  • 6 spd rdr // Dec 30, 2006 at 11:58 am

    I’m waiting on the Castro interview myself. In fact, I’ve been waiting for years for the Castro interview.

    -spd rdr

  • 7 Daniel DiRito // Dec 30, 2006 at 1:11 pm

    See a sarcastic visual of George Bush playing a round of “Hangman”…here:

  • 8 khile // Dec 30, 2006 at 1:15 pm

    Re: Bob Woodward’s betrayal of Gerald Ford.

    When President Ford confided his thoughts on Iraq with Bob Woodward under the condition that they not be released until after his death, his intent was obviously to avoid meddling in current affairs as does Jimmy Carter.

    Woodward, in releasing those thoughts the day after Ford passed away, may be technically correct in doing so but his intent is clearly to promote himself and inflict as much damage as he can on President Bush. That clearly runs counter to Ford’s intentions and wishes.

    Woodward, in my opinion, needs to have his occupational title changed from “Reporter” to one more fitting: How about “Self-Serving Lowlife?” “Traitor” works also.

  • 9 Ms RightWing, Ink // Dec 30, 2006 at 1:59 pm

    Aunt Sarah and Uncle Willie didn’t die this year. Finally got word from down Arkysaw way


  • 10 Godfrey // Dec 30, 2006 at 2:00 pm

    Here’s a link to the uncut Saddam video if anyone wants to see it. Warning: it’s a bit graphic.

  • 11 GnuCarSmell // Dec 30, 2006 at 2:09 pm

    Bob Woodward is proof that raw sewage can assume human form. Otherwise, he’s an excellent journalist.

    Speaking of journalists, it is reported that Saddam “retired from public life” in order to “spend more time with his family” — especially sons Uday and Qusay.

  • 12 antodav // Dec 30, 2006 at 3:38 pm

    LMAO. I don’t watch Saturday Night Live anymore, but it’s good to see that TV Funhouse still knows how to do it right. They completely screwed up “The X-Presidents” in the last cartoon of theirs they did, turning them into villians instead of heroes because they were all ticked about the war. But that video Godfrey linked to is hilarious.

  • 13 The Great Santini // Dec 30, 2006 at 6:19 pm

    Here’s an embargoed song parody, dedicated to one of today’s preeminent scumbags-and to Saddam Hussein, too…

    ♪ ♪ ♪ PORE SODOM’S DAID ♪ ♪ ♪

    [Tune: “Pore Jud Is Daid”, from “Oklahoma!”, music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, performed (in the movie version) by Gordon McRae (Curly) and Rod Steiger (Jud); © 2006, Santini Serenades]

    • Pore Sodom’s daid
    No need fer th’ Raid™
    Thet cockroach went an’ got his bad self hung
    (Bad self hung!)
    Sodom’s guilt was ironclad
    Now his Ba’athist buds ‘re sad
    They shore loved thet murderin’ pile o’ dung

    • Pore Sodom’s daid
    Ten gallons o’ Glade™
    Should hide th’ stench a-comin’ from th’ stiff
    (Stinky stiff!)
    Cadaver’s festerin’ with maggots
    Hope Eye-rackis’ll GladBag™ it
    Else they’ll be overcome by more gas whiffs

    • Pore Sodom’s daid
    Th’ noose wasn’t frayed
    I bet he wished he’d had a scimitar
    (Sharp scimitar!)
    Reign of terror died a-bornin’
    In Eye-rack there ain’t no mournin’
    They played “Aloha” on th’ steel guitar

    An’ then thet eye-mam at Sodom’s fun’ral’d chant an’ you-la-late fer ‘im, an’ he’d say: “Sodom loved th’ birds o’ th’ air an’ th’ beasts o’ th’ fields, an’ he treated all th’ rats as equals, as he should’ve! He loved his statues o’ his self, his SCUDs, an’ his WMDs…an’ his feller man, too. Why, Sodom loved ever’one in th’ whole, wide world—‘cept fer them uppity Eye-rack dissidents he done-dispatched t’ Aller, an’ all them gals he done-sent t’ his rape rooms, an all th’ Kurds he done-gassed, an’ them Dujailis he done-massacreed, an…well, Ah’m plumb overcome with emotion ‘bout his passin’ on….”

    • Pore Sodom’s daid
    Despite what he brayed
    He won’t be rebuildin’ Babylon
    His trial wasted time, colossal
    But th’ tyrant’s now a fossil
    That’ll stop his lawyers babblin’ on

    • Pore Sodom’s daid
    His mouthpieces prayed
    Fer mercy, although Sodom was a swine
    (Oinking swine!)
    Chief Judge knew he was a lamster
    Told Ramsey Clark, thet Marxist hamster:
    “Th’ wheels o’ Justice grind slow, but grind fine”

    [Clark, sniveling and whining]
    • My client’s daid
    On th’ scapegoat was laid
    Th’ vicious slander thet he was a hood
    Yes, Robin Hood!
    [Iraqi Chief Judge, replying forcefully]
    Kofi, Kojo, whole UN
    Greased their palms with Sodom’s yen
    Those thievin’ kleptocrats were robbin’ hoods
    An’ Sodom’s now KO’d an’ gone fer good!

    • Pore Sodom’s daid
    Death sentence not stayed
    Fer self-styled Gilgamesh, so grandiose
    Them Eye-rackis cooked his goose
    Strung him up in his burnoose
    An altogether fittin’ adios

    • Pore Sodom’s daid
    Eye-rack’s undismayed
    Rejoicin’ thet he’s exited th’ scene
    (Better scene!)
    Sodom’s sleepin’ with th’ sturgeons
    He won’t get six dozen virgins
    Them whores don’t service corpses what turned green

    • Pore Sodom’s daid
    Spider-holed Ace of Spades
    A stuffed an’ mounted Eye-rack jack-a-lope
    Sodom croaked out his last “Ribbet!”
    When his free-fall from th’ gibbet
    Ended with a sudden rope-a-dope

    • Pore Sodom’s daid
    All sliced, diced, an’ flayed
    A quiverin’ hunk o’ goat meat on th’ hoof
    (On th’ hoof!)
    Sodom’s punishment, eternal
    In th’ Lake o’ Fire, infernal—
    He’ll sing an’ dance in “Fiddler on th’ Roof!”

    [Tag, duet in harmony by Clark and Chief Judge]
    ‘Bye, Sod…Po-o-o-o-ore So-o-d….

  • 14 Bitsblog » Scott Ott: Woodward Releases Embargoed Chat with Saddam // Dec 30, 2006 at 6:30 pm

    [...] Mortuary Bod has done it again, another exclusive interview with a dead man, and Scott Ott has all the details: “Woodward Releases Embargoed Chat with Saddam” (2006-12-30) — Reporter Bob Woodward said today he would soon allow his Washington Post editors to publish a secret interview he did in 2005 with former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in which the dictator questioned U.S. President George Bush’s rationale for invading Iraq. [...]

  • 15 Darthmeister // Dec 30, 2006 at 8:22 pm

    Say Godfrey, that video looks like it was produced by the DNC. The Bush is a chimp caricature was a dead giveaway.

  • 16 Darthmeister // Dec 30, 2006 at 8:35 pm

    I guess Woodward’s code name for Saddam would be Stretch Throat, right?

  • 17 Darthmeister // Dec 30, 2006 at 9:27 pm

    Here’s the best videoclip I could find of Saddam’s hanging. Not graphic but it shows him taking the fall. Apparently it was taken with someone’s cellphone.

  • 18 Ms RightWing, Ink // Dec 30, 2006 at 10:16 pm

    Dead men tell no lies, er dead men tellum heap big lies.

    Hey Santini you make me laugh and after eating so much food, well let us go no further down that road.

  • 19 Godfrey // Dec 31, 2006 at 3:18 am

    Hank: I saw a piece of that cellphone clip on CNN. Haven’t watched the actual “fall” part yet…not sure if I will. I did notice that a few of the executioners were chanting “Muqtada” (as in Muqtada al Sadr) during Saddam’s last seconds.

    I think things are about to get interesting…

  • 20 MargeinMI // Dec 31, 2006 at 5:53 am

    Santini, How Great Thou Art……..

  • 21 mig // Dec 31, 2006 at 8:54 am

    Woodward is still trying to relive the glory days like the rest of those Hate Ashburied freaks. Wish they would move on! Embrace the present, release the past. I’m all for studying history but there should be a vaccine for regurgitating self-promotion. There must be an intervention group to help Woodward work through his self grandiose psyche in some Malibu Spa.

  • 22 Ms RightWing, Ink // Dec 31, 2006 at 9:07 am

    Good Morning! Last day of 2006 and soon it will be the Year of the Pelosi (Rat).

    I think the Liberal New Year starts later in January

    But till then have a great last day!!

  • 23 Beerme // Dec 31, 2006 at 9:30 am

    Saddam’s hanging is a fitting finish to the year.Here’s hoping that 2007 will be a better year for all of us! As always, I’m optimistic!

  • 24 Shelly // Dec 31, 2006 at 11:26 am

    Hello, all! Haven’t been on the computer for a few days, but wanted to check in and see what Maestro Ott has been up to. The Neil Diamond parody may be his best work yet.

    Bob Woodward is really struggling to remain relevant, much like the UN. It’s a shame he’s also doing so with the same lack of integrity and reality.

    Happy New Year everybody! Hussein gets to spend it with Arafat. That’s worth celebrating.

  • 25 kajun // Dec 31, 2006 at 11:38 am

    Kajun News The Hague Netherlands

    PETA International filed suit in the World Court, today against Bush’s Puppet Government in Iraq.

    The suit alledges that Cruel and unusual punishment was inflicted on the camel as it required 3 swats before it would run out from under Saddam Hussien.

    There have been many calls for the “swatters” head from the incoming Democrat Congress in the USA.

  • 26 camojack // Dec 31, 2006 at 11:38 am

    Hopefully Saddam Hussein’s demise will bring the “fence sitting” Iraqis onto the right side…

  • 27 RedPepper // Dec 31, 2006 at 2:21 pm

    Saddam is no more.

    Pus be upon him.

    And his miserable offspring also.

  • 28 mig // Dec 31, 2006 at 2:39 pm

    Road fatalities in just the top 10 states are about 5821 and about 1/2 of those are alcohol related.

    Just pointing it out.

  • 29 Ghoti // Dec 31, 2006 at 3:01 pm

    Santini, that was great. I performed in a production of Oklahoma! this past Spring, so the melody is fresh in my mind.

  • 30 Darthmeister // Dec 31, 2006 at 3:15 pm

    The American left promotes an ideology which murders the most innocent of humanity, the unborn, to the tune of 4000 a day. Just thought I’d point that one out, too. Real civilized people, the leftists. I, oh forget, the left refuses to bequeath “personhood” on the unborn. How convenient the rhetoric.

  • 31 Darthmeister // Dec 31, 2006 at 3:27 pm

    Incoming Judiciary Chairman, John Conyers, admits to breaking ethics rules. Another Demoncrat gets slapped on the wrist for something a Republican would be condemned and forced to give up his/her chairmanship. The oh so ethical Dimocrats. I wonder how much more dirt we’ll find on various Dems in 2007? Let’s see how much the lamestream media will rant and rave about the “unethical John Conyers”.

    The Harry Reid real estate scandal has already been swept under the rug and the Mohollan (D-WV) Scandal will probably suffer the same fate.

  • 32 onlineanalyst // Dec 31, 2006 at 3:58 pm

    Happy New Year to Scrappleface acquaintances, old, new, and lurking!!!

    Beerme: It’s a good thing that you are an optimist. We wouldn’t want you to cry in your beer during the coming year.

    Red Pepper: Re #27: Good one!!

    Kajun: I think that it was past “midnight at the oasis” so Saddam’s camel had to be sent to bed.

  • 33 everthink // Dec 31, 2006 at 4:09 pm


    Re: 23

    “Saddam’s hanging is a fitting finish to the year.Here’s hoping that 2007 will be a better year for all of us! As always, I’m optimistic!”
    Comment by Beerme — December 31, 2006 @ 9:30 am

    You go guy, I’m with you! There’s no telling who we’ll get to hang in 2007. Or, at least, who will be headed home to Crawford.


  • 34 onlineanalyst // Dec 31, 2006 at 4:11 pm

    Victor Davis Hanson over at NRO’s “The Corner” makes an astute observation about the sycophancy toward Saddam demonstrated by clueless world “leaders” as memorialized through media coverage:

    “One of the most depressing sights of the entire Saddam postmortem were the clips shown ad nauseam
    of all the dignitaries, diplomats, and obsequious reporters who in years past trekked to Baghdad to flatter or to pay homage to this creepy mass murderer. Watching a younger Kofi Annan, Lindberg like, pump Saddam’s hand, smiling and offering blandishments was sickening. Surely the world can learn from this sordid spectacle, and not repeat the same mistake with Ahmadinejad and Assad. Their demise will come soon enough, and only the clips and outtakes of the appeasers will remain.

    “It is getting so that the cheap anti-American rhetoric from Europe and the Middle East about our purported complicity in killing a mass murderer should be worn as a badge of honor. We caught him, turned him over for a transparent trial, and ensured he would never murder again. So the question remains: where is the true morality-building this killer’s bunkers, selling him weapons, taking his oil-or putting him in a noose?

    “Nothing was more evident of the moral impoverishment of the Palestinians than their collective lamentation over the fate of this mass killer of the Kurds and Arabs. We gave the Palestinian Authority hundreds of millions of dollars for housing, schools, and security and they hate us; Saddam gave them a few thousand dollars as bounty for suicide murderers and they loved him.

    “That says it all.”

  • 35 onlineanalyst // Dec 31, 2006 at 5:13 pm

    Ah, I see that rinkydink has just blown in from his ME haj, where he cast yet another stone against his nemesis, the Great Satan Bush.

    When he catches his breath from that whirlwind tour… or stops holding his breath since he’s made being “blue” his mission in life, he might consider some therapy from Dr. Sanity, who today lists/explains the top ten ways that the Left enables terrorism.

  • 36 » Blog Archive » Woodward Releases Embargoed Chat with Saddam // Dec 31, 2006 at 6:11 pm

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  • 37 Darthmeister // Dec 31, 2006 at 7:13 pm

    Lamestream media:

    Americans Optimistic Toward 2007

    Buwhahahahahahaha! The great and powerful media Oz still at work trying to burnish its image as the Great Prophet of humanity. I predict the Chicago Cubs will win the 2007 World Series … but then again maybe they won’t.

  • 38 Darthmeister // Dec 31, 2006 at 7:16 pm


    We’re off to our New Year’s dance. A waltz here, a swing there and maybe a rumba or cha cha to ring in the new year. Glad I’m not a Baptist.

  • 39 Darthmeister // Dec 31, 2006 at 7:19 pm

    Hmmmmm. Bush messed up my post 37.

    After “Americans Optimistic Toward 2007″ it should have read: Americans See Doom and Gloom for 2007 Hence my Buwahahaha’in.

    Oh well.

  • 40 Godfrey // Dec 31, 2006 at 7:31 pm

    Time/CNN has a fairly even-handed story offering perspective on the 3000-combat death milestone in Iraq:

    “…amid either World War I or II, an America with a far smaller population suffered larger losses on some afternoons in the Pacific or in Europe than today’s America has suffered in three-and-a-half years in Iraq.”

    Also: Wishing all of Scrappledom a happy and prosperous 2007. Just thought I’d say that while I’m still sober.

  • 41 everthink // Dec 31, 2006 at 7:39 pm


    OK, I read Dr Psychotics piece. I saw how he numbered his paragraphs. But, wasn’t it really just one big rant about the need to, either abolish the First Amendment, or to keep those whose views he opposes from exercising it.

    When you and Dr. Idiot try to take my First Amendment Rights, then, we will see which of us is “cut and run”.

  • 42 onlineanalyst // Dec 31, 2006 at 8:34 pm

    Rinkydink: I am very concerned about your reading comprehension and critical-thinking skills. Dr. Sanity (an admirably credentialed woman, BTW) was merely describing behaviors, not forbidding the practice thereof. Words have meaning; talk has consequences. She was describing how the Left, either inadvertently or deliberately, provides propaganda points to an enemy that has repeatedly declared itself as such.

    As far as First Amendment rights are concerned, you will find that Conservatives are firm believers in the inherent freedoms of all humans to speak and assemble. These rights are not conferred by our Constitution; they are protected by it. Read a good discussion (scroll back from comments, but be sure to read those, too) of how McCain-Feingold has compromised those rights and understand that the Right and the Left should be up in arms over that legislation.

    We have the right to agree or to dissent; we have the responsibility as thinking people to do so by seriously considering the effects of our words.

    Calm down… and have a happy new year.

  • 43 everthink // Dec 31, 2006 at 9:02 pm

    Look here, OLgA,

    I do the best I can, with what I have!

    Say,what’s she “admirably credentialed” in anyway? I’m “admirably credentialed” too, you know?

    When you say: “We have the right to agree or to dissent; we have the responsibility as thinking people to do so by seriously considering the effects of our words.”

    What is responsible, and who decides? Who decides who’s not seriously considering the effects of their words?

    I think it is you, and Doctor Half-Nut.

    Happy New Year right back at you!


  • 44 JamesonLewis3rd // Dec 31, 2006 at 10:36 pm

    HAPPY NEW YEAR, Everyone!

    I pray that Almighty God will bless you and yours each and every day.

  • 45 Ms RightWing, Ink // Dec 31, 2006 at 11:01 pm

    One hour and counting but since I didn’t participate in the Christmas Eating Olympics, I did so today.

    Big breakfast, went out to get some local fried chicken and the place was giving free sauerkraut and pork ( a local thing around here), then big pizza party tonight with apple pie and lots of chocolate-so I may pass out before midnight.

    So in case I do-A Happy New Year to you all.

  • 46 nylecoj // Dec 31, 2006 at 11:59 pm

    A Blessed New Year to you all!

  • 47 Fred Sinclair // Jan 1, 2007 at 12:20 am

    Wishing a Happy New Year to each and every one of my Scrappler friends - That includes you too, Scott.

    Heirborn Ranger

  • 48 Ms RightWing, Ink // Jan 1, 2007 at 1:45 am

    Oh yes, I awoke to say Happy New Year for real

  • 49 MargeinMI // Jan 1, 2007 at 4:59 am

    Happy New Year to all in Scrappledom! May 2007 be your most blessed year ever!

  • 50 R.A.M. // Jan 1, 2007 at 7:55 am

    Scott: Have you forgotten Woodward’s chat with Ed Bradley?

    Wait, —-nevermind,—we already know how Bradley felt about ANYTHING George W. Bush did!

    Seems we, (Americans), are NOT as bad as Islam-o-Nazi’s after all! I didn’t see Saddam’s corpse being burned OR dragged through the streets after his hanging.

    Two quick jokes:

    Saddam arrived in hell at the same time another Muslim murderer, so Allah sent over a work order for two sets of 72 virgins. To save time he put them on the same order and asked for a ‘gross’ of virgins.

    When the order was filled, the stock guy read it wrong and sent over virgins that would make Helen Thomas look like a beauty queen!

    Sorry, but here is the second one, partially stolen from Dave (Big lib) Letterman with the names changed:

    If Rosie and Donald Trump had a fight on national TV with pool cues, who would be the winner?

    Everyone watching! :lol:

  • 51 R.A.M. // Jan 1, 2007 at 7:58 am

    BTW, Happy New Year!!!

  • 52 Fred Sinclair // Jan 1, 2007 at 8:29 am

    Say Godfrey, that video looks like it was produced by the DNC. The Bush is a chimp caricature was a dead giveaway.

    Comment by Darthmeister — December 30, 2006 @ 8:22 pm

    DARTHMEISTER: Do you have a hi-tech mini-rosetta stone or something that lets you differentiate between the DNC and Islamo-Terrorists? All I can see is that the DNC wants to convert all of America into a great big version of Cuba, with the English language outlawed and Mexican the official language. (very, very few Mexicans are capable of speaking the Castillian Spanish of Madrid, Spain - but instead speak a comglomerate of Spanish, Aztec, and slang from the Central America countries - with a little Americaneese thrown in.).

    On the other hand all that the Islamo-Terrorists want is to behead anybody that ain’t (isn’t; for those in Rio Linda) them. I’m not sure which is worse. Perhaps your rosetta stone can help?

    Heirborn Ranger

  • 53 RedPepper // Jan 1, 2007 at 10:31 am

    Now, let’s not be too hasty with these “New Year” celebrations ! You still have until February 18th to get ready for The Year of the Pig !

    Mmmmmm Hog Fat …

    Gung Hay Fat Choy, y’all !

  • 54 mig // Jan 1, 2007 at 10:44 am

    Happy New Year! And many more.

  • 55 Darthmeister // Jan 1, 2007 at 11:24 am

    Can’t wait for Woodward to release the interview he had with himself. It would be titled: How A Self-aggrandizing Hack Made Millions Off Of Other People’s Secrets And Never Shared the Wealth With Those Who Made Him Filthy Rich

    A little long-winded … but so was he.

  • 56 Darthmeister // Jan 1, 2007 at 11:29 am

    … at least even evil kkkonservative kkkapitalists share some of their profits with those who made them rich. High profile “journalists” apparently don’t feel a moral obligation to share their wealth with those whose stories got them where they are today. Journalists make millions off of other people’s misery and laugh all the way to the bank. What other profession is all take and no give? Think about it.

  • 57 JamesonLewis3rd // Jan 1, 2007 at 11:35 am

    RE: #53~~

    Cool! I’ll stop and have some Char Shui Ding after the race which is 48 days, 3 hours and 25 minutes from now!

  • 58 kajun // Jan 1, 2007 at 12:59 pm

    A gross of virgins…where would they find that many ugly girls who are still in the third grade?

  • 59 Dumb Ox News // Jan 1, 2007 at 6:25 pm

    Saddam Round Up… Literally!…

    As I’ve said elsewhere, I cannot be gleeful over the execution of Saddam Hussein. Yet it was necessary for the future of Iraq, the Middle East, and the world, that this particular tyrant, at this ……

  • 60 Right Voices » Blog Archive » Woodward To Publish Book On Saddam..Secret Interview From 2005 // Jan 3, 2007 at 9:11 pm

    [...] I told you Bob Woodward had a knack for having a manuscript ready for publishing at the drop of a body! According to Scott, he is publishing a book based on a secret interview he had with Saddam: Mr. Woodward, who recently permitted his employer to publish a similar covert interview with the late former President Gerald Ford, said Mr. Hussein agreed to the no-holds-barred chat on the condition that the transcript be embargoed until after he “retired from public life,” which he did earlier today. [...]

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