Trial of Hussein

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This whole Hussein thing doesn't interest me much, but the one thing that has interested me the most in it is the idea of a trial. In all this talk about how he should be tried, I keep thinking, why does it matter so much who tries him (apart from the penalties involved) if we all know he is guilty, and the U.S. would never allow him to be found innocent? That's about the only way Dean could beat Bush, is if Hussein were acquitted. :-)

Anywhoo, WFB has some interesting thoughts on the matter, as usual, and he has a line in his column that makes me laugh, as usual.

If there is anybody in town who believes that Saddam Hussein is not guilty of crimes however described, what we need to worry about is him, not Saddam.

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