Tuesday, November 07, 2006

SPI weighs in on the Saddam Death Verdict

"Great Question with a great legal insight"
South Padre Island's own Charlie Fincher is a lawyer who cartoons -- or a cartoonist who litigates. Yesterday he got South Padre Island mentioned on the Washington Post website... and was paid a nice compliment as well.

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Blogger Don "dadfeets" Wierenga said...

My response to the conviction of Saddam comes from the heart not my head. At this stage of my life I pretty much ignore legalise. It makes me feel good that I don't need to understand that stuff and take satisfaction from gut level feelings that I know are right. Nevermind what others think. Check out: http://www.dad-cam.com/blog/

11:14 AM  
Blogger Don "dadfeets" Wierenga said...

Saddam Hussein calls for reconciliation at genocide trial

November 7, 2006
BY SINAN SALAHEDDIN AND ROBERT H. REID Associated Press
BAGHDAD, Iraq---- A somber Saddam Hussein called for national reconciliation as he returned to court Tuesday for his genocide trial, two days after another panel sentenced him to hang for crimes against humanity.
Saddam cited references to the Prophet Muhammad and Jesus who had asked for forgiveness for those who opposed them.

''I call on all Iraqis, Arabs and Kurds, to forgive, reconcile and shake hands,'' Saddam said.

7:36 PM  
Blogger Don "dadfeets" Wierenga said...

This is what I had in mind!

Saddam Hussein calls for reconciliation at genocide trial

November 7, 2006
BY SINAN SALAHEDDIN AND ROBERT H. REID Associated Press
BAGHDAD, Iraq---- A somber Saddam Hussein called for national reconciliation as he returned to court Tuesday for his genocide trial, two days after another panel sentenced him to hang for crimes against humanity.
Saddam cited references to the Prophet Muhammad and Jesus who had asked for forgiveness for those who opposed them.

''I call on all Iraqis, Arabs and Kurds, to forgive, reconcile and shake hands,'' Saddam said.

7:37 PM  

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