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Comment: The Hanging of Saddam Hussein

January 3, 2007

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  • Robt January 9, 2007 2:16 am

    I agree, It is one very expensive assassination of a foriegn country’s leader by the U.S..
    Isn’t it.

  • The Executioner January 8, 2007 9:54 am

    If Saddam repented certainly crucifixion should be in the cards as an execution option–just so he’s dead and can’t tell embarrassing political tales about U.S. foreign policy

  • Vicky January 8, 2007 6:43 am

    RE: Saddam – No, it wouldn’t change my opinion – we reap what we sow and there are consequences for our actions.

  • Robt January 8, 2007 2:05 am

    The “so heavenly minded they’re no earthly good”. Is a bit more specific and harsher than a general self evaluation meaning (less emphasis on ones worth)I intended. But you got it.
    One other thing,
    You said prior that if Saddam had come to repent at the end, he would have acceptance by God.
    If Saddam in fact did repent. Would that have altered how you viewed his execution as you stated above? And the manner in how it was carried out?

  • Vicky January 7, 2007 6:40 pm

    Ok Robt, I see what you’re asking and I didn’t think much about the fact that I do that; I think a big part of that is because I am part of a group of other believers who do think and believe like I do – we each are a part of the body. So in that respect, I see it as “our beliefs” but I definitely believe in that individual personal relationship between God and myself.
    I am not a fearful person but I am a realist. Believe me there are very real issues I am dealing with in my life now and in the past; they do not affect my faith except to strengthen and reinforce it!
    I’ve heard the expression that someone is “so heavenly minded they’re no earthly good.” Maybe this is what you are referring to?