Friday, June 24, 2005


Denial, n,

* * * *
3. a. A refusal to accept or believe something, such as a doctrine or belief.
b. Psychology An unconscious defense mechanism characterized by refusal to acknowledge painful realities, thoughts, or feelings.


Saddam Hussein's guards are interviewed by GQ Mag.
Saddam Hussein loves Doritos, hates Froot Loops, admires president Reagan, thinks Clinton was "OK" and considers both Presidents Bush "no good." He talks a lot, worries about germs and insists he is still president of Iraq.
As humorous as Saddam's lack of grip on reality, I don't like this story.
The magazine, which reached newsstands Monday, said the GIs could not tell their families what they were doing and signed pledges not to reveal the location or other details of the U.S.-run compound where Saddam was an HVD, or "high value detainee," awaiting trial by Iraqi authorities for mass killings and other crimes.
Well, that is great guys. But now that your identities are out, and you are civilians again, how unlikely would it be to kidnap and torture that information out of you? Two words. Idiots.


Post a Comment

<< Home