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Vote for a murderer? Good question, Anonymous!

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Simple question about Mussaui's trial outcome

Submitted by JustMe (United States), Apr 14, 2006 at 13:10

Submitted by Anonymous, Apr 12, 2006 at 05:1 :

"Ans: A murderer is a murderer. We do not support someone who is behind killing of inncocent people. We do not support or vote for him. Do you support a murderer? Do you vote for a murderer? Think about it."

Yes, let's all think about what Anonymous is saying. Given the option, there's the side that would support George Bush and the side that would support Saddam Hussein. Plain and simple. So why don't YOU think about it, Anonymous? All the various fake Swords? Ronnie? Muslim? j Davies? You can't have it both ways. In an election between the two leaders let's hear who you would vote for. I think your answer is predictable, along with all the other Saddam supporters on this board. Why vilify the guy who came in and took out that piece of garbage? It does not make them the same-- not even close. Looking forward to seeing the election results.

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