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Husseins Execution Was Botched, Judge Says – The Lede – Breaking News – New York Times Blog

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6. April 29th, 2008 6:52 pm As a sixth grader our teachers father had been a news reporter. In the year of President Kennedy’s assassination he showed us some photos, one of a woman being executed in the electric chair, from a hidden camera he had strapped to his leg. I seem to recall it might have made the front page of the Chicago Sun. Another was of a hanging in the American deserts of the Vast Wasteland (by one reporter as part of the US, i.e., The Foundry; Dixie; New England; Ecotopia; etc., from that reporters experience of those areas) where many traveled to.

It almost seems to have hung Saddam Hussein, part of an American ideology, a particular and peculiar historical reference to our own past and the recent history of the State of Texas under now President Bush, whose brother, apparently was a friend of the would-be assassin of former President Ronald Reagan, according some sources online, though the President denied at the time of knowing him.

Why not call for a Congressional Constitutional Committee, in retrospect as an over-site on some of the issues that have arrived resulting from the attack on the original US capital NYC (National Guard origin and where the current Capitol Dome was forged in the Civil War and assembled for President Lincoln for a little over $1 million) and Washington, D.C.? Why not take the issues of national security into both houses and the branches instead of whatever goes on across the street from American University, stays there, like the slogan for Las Vegas? Husseins Execution Was Botched, Judge Says – The Lede – Breaking News – New York Times Blog


Written by georgejmyersjr

05/06/2008 at 3:20 am

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