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SADDAM IN HIS UNDERWEAR

The British tabloid The Sun has published pictures today of Saddam Hussein in his underwear folding his pants. The pictures were apparently taken a year ago, and the U.S. Military is fast trying to find out where they came from. It is against the Geneva Conventions to publicly humiliate prisoners and use their images in the media. However, it would only be a violation if the pictures came from a government source. Time will tell the answer to that.

But a side effect of these pictures is that people might look at this supposed "broken man" and feel a little sympathy for him. Looking at an old guy in his underwear folding his pants...some might feel a bit sorry for him. Awwwww ... poor Saddam. After all, he once ruled a country...and here he is exposed for all to see in embarrassing fashion. Should you start to feel sorry for Saddam Hussein, it's time for a bit of a reality check to put things back into perspective. Here's a list of some of Saddam's atrocities:


-Systematic rape of women, including 'rape rooms' set up for the use of Saddam's cronies, including his sons
-Civilians being shredded, feet-first, in industrial shredders
-At least 1.5 million people killed by death squads
-The massacre of 5,000 Kurds with nerve gas
-Saddam offered to pay $25,000 to the families of Palestinian suicide bombers
-The raping and pillaging of Kuwait during Gulf War I


The list goes on and on and on. So now we can all avoid feeling sorry for Grandpa Saddam. Time to hang 'em high.

Now ... just to prove that showing somewhere in his underwear isn't such a bad thing, I'm going to have a picture of me in my underwear posted here on Nealz Nuze. All I need to do is get someone to take the picture.


i think hes eating to well


http://boortz.com/nuze/

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No what is going to be humiliating is

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when people photo-shop him in

1) Lace panties.
2) Mickey Mouse drawers.
3) a thong.
4) Female anatomy.

Watch your Inbox. Got anymore ideas?

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(NT) (NT) id like a picture of him in his coffin

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(NT) (NT) How about a Gay embrace?

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Doesn't he know ...

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to be a hip, fashionable Iraqi prisoner he should wear the underpants on his head?

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they do that allready

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are they fruit of the loom?:D

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