Sure, But Where's Osama? [VIDEO]

Iraqi blogger Riverbend on the dog and pony show of the Saddam verdict:
When All Else Fails… Execute the dictator. It’s that simple. When American troops are being killed by the dozen, when the country you are occupying is threatening to break up into smaller countries, when you have militias and death squads roaming the streets and you’ve put a group of Mullahs in power -- execute the dictator.
Or, try Cliff "Shrinker of Republican Talking Heads" Schecter in the clip to the right, tackling the Saddam snoozer and the election.

Schecter's opponent, Brad "Ken Doll" Blakeman, has an illustrious past as an organizer of one of the well-to-do Republican mobs that descended upon the Jewish (read: old Democratic) sections of Florida to pretend that "the people" didn't want a recount. Shortly after Bush took office, Blakeman was named "White House Director of Scheduling." Listen, as he sounds perfectly content letting Osama get away...

Dang, I hope he lands a good post for the schlock he slings here...
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