Expressing dismay about falling contributions, Howard Dean shrugged-off the deaths of Qusay and Uday:
Questioned about the deaths of Saddam’s sons, Odai and Qusai, in Iraq, Dean dismissed suggestions that it was a victory for the Bush administration.
“It’s a victory for the Iraqi people … but it doesn’t have any effect on whether we should or shouldn’t have had a war,” Dean said. “I think in general the ends do not justify the means.”
As we all know, Howard Dean is a man with great compassion for the downtrodden masses. OK, maybe not for those in who don’t vote because they’re foreign, or, maybe, dead, at the hands of a couple of torturing butchers, but for everybody else, certainly. Except all Republicans and those Democrats who approved of the liberation of Iraq, and his rivals for the nomination, and members of Congress, and a few million others, but he’s still a great guy, for sure.