I noticed something...So, I guess we all know the butcher of Baghdad is dead, finally. But I noticed something when watching network reports of his death.
The first thing I noticed was a NBC Reporter's righteous pronouncement that "we will not be showing the execution video." That's nice. Where was the restraint during, say, the aftermath of the Tsunami?
Meanwhile, CNN seems to show Saddam more respect than they do American troops...
You know, personally, I don't want to see his body or his execution, but what makes him deserving of any respect? Just wondering.