May 30, 2004

A&E Special: The Horror of Hussain; where're the moonbats now?

The Horror of Hussain goes into detail about the true atrocities of Iraq.

It shows the horror and the evil of Saddam and his sons. It talks about the executions. It talks about the torture. It talks about the sadism. It talks about the butchery.

The moonbats conveniently forget that when they talk about "a few photographs."

Charles Barron conveniently forgot that when he tried to challenge me on Fox News Channel's Hannity & Colmes last month.

A&E's evening of specials doesn't sugar coat the truth; it doesn't try to paint the Bush Administration as the bad guys. It tells the truth: That Saddam was an evil, brutal man, who deserves what awaits him.

And it tells an even greater truth: that Saddam killed far more Iraqis than Coalition forces ever could have killed. That Saddam brutally murdered thousands of his own citizens in cold blood.

That literally thousands more were tortured and terrorized at his hand and on his word. Men. Women. Children. Saddam didn't care. Obviously the moonbats don't care either.

Posted by mhking at May 30, 2004 11:07 PM
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