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Saddam’s last moment

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By Michelle Malkin  •  December 30, 2006 10:42 AM

***update: the uncut version***

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Jeff Goldstein reflects on Saddam Husseined.

Andy McCarthy weighs in:

I had to turn off the TV-news.

This is a solemn, important moment. It’s not a joyous one. An evil man deserved to die. His elimination was necessary — not close to sufficient, but necessary — for achieving, over time, a semblance civilized stability in Iraq…

…This wasn’t victory. It didn’t end suffering. It was, in the heat of a war that has actually gotten more vicious and more uncertain since Saddam’s capture three years ago, the carrying out of an essential but unpleasant duty. It marginally enhances Iraq’s propects, and ours. But Saddam’s death (as opposed to his deposing) has no impact whatsoever on the deep dysfunction and hatred that is rending what passes for Iraqi society…

…Saddam’s death is a marker worth observing. It is not something to go up in a balloon over.

Meanwhile, the American Left is, yes, unhinged.

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