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Old 04-05-2003, 04:08 AM   #16
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About Saddam being in power... Even if he were dead, surely he would have left stern instructions to his utmost right-hand man. What I mean is, I don't believe it'd be far-fetched to say that a Saddam-machine of some sort will keep going even after the stinker's demise.

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Old 04-05-2003, 06:44 AM   #17
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imho the the speculations at the beginning were fairly logical questions, but within hours they were solved to a pretty high degree.
Another reason for the ongoing speculatons if he might be dead or not:

Imagine US officials said "yes it's true he wasn't harmed - probably he wasn't in the bunker.
This would mean that the informations of the secret service weren't as reliable as the government allwas said there were (we have the proof that he has ... but we can't say you - but trust us)

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if saddam was dead it would be a great oportunity for the current iraqi regime to negotiate with the US/British government about peace and save their *** (wasn't the removement of saddam a mayor goal of the G.W:Bush from the beginning of the new iraq crisis?)

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About Saddam being in power... Even if he were dead, surely he would have left stern instructions to his utmost right-hand man. What I mean is, I don't believe it'd be far-fetched to say that a Saddam-machine of some sort will keep going even after the stinker's demise.

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I've felt the same for a long time. What if his replacement is a jerk too? I certainly hope not; it really needs to be someone the Iraqi people like and trust.
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Old 04-05-2003, 10:53 AM   #19
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True, verte76, but what I meant by "Saddam-machine" was more of the system that Saddam has set up. Elimination of the man's physical body won't mean the end of the man's legacy, band of followers (if any), way of governing et cetera.

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