Now that Saddam Hussain has received "justice" or what passes for justice in Iraq, how about letting Mr. Bush get into the act. I don't mean we should congratulate him for bringing Saddam in front of that court, I'm talking about bringing him in front of one of our courts. He broke the law. Why isn't he being tried? He lied to the American people when he told us that they had incontrovertible evidence that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. If I filed a complaint against someone and said that they were making bombs in their basement, and the police raided the house, and a few got shot because he thought they were under a "home invasion" and a few died because of it, wouldn't I as the perpetrator of that fictitious report be tried in a court of law for the murders of those policemen that acted on my faulty information? You can bet that I would be. That would be crime. The same crime that Bush committed, along with Cheney, and Powell and all the others that did their level best to insure that they were believed by the people of the United States.
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