Monday, March 03, 2003
Harsh? Define Harsh...
Saddam Hussein's scientific adviser, Lt. Gen. Amer al-Saadi, speaks of the "destruction" of the Al Samoud missiles, and the reasons the Iraqi regime won't show pictures... heaven forbid they take "harsh" action against the Iraqi people:

Al-Saadi indicated was not an easy thing for Iraq to do. He said Iraq won't let anyone see photographs or video images of the missile destruction - despite the potential impact on world opinion - because it would be too bitter for the Iraqi people to watch.
"It is too harsh. It is unacceptable," he said somberly. "That's why we have released no pictures."

What is more harsh and unacceptable than living your life under the terrorism and torture of Saddam's regime? The only thing that will be harsh for the Iraqi people is the realization that our pacifist poodle "allies" will buy into Saddam's game yet again, and attempt to block America's efforts to free them once and for all. That is a harsh reality, indeed.

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