Wednesday, May 12, 2004
But When Can We Send George?
Saddam Hussein to Stay in American Hands for Now, Iraq's War Crimes Chief Says
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) - Saddam Hussein will not likely be handed over to Iraqi authorities for trial before the June 30 transfer of power to an interim government, Iraq's war crimes chief said Wednesday, reversing a claim he made one day earlier.Those darn flip flops again. Guess we better not vote for Kerry. What? Not Kerry? Ooops.
Salem Chalabi [ed., what were they thinking? isn't he a nephew or something?], the head of Iraq's war crimes tribunal, told reporters Tuesday in Kuwait that Saddam would definitely be handed over to the Iraqis before Iraq assumes sovereignty and trials would begin early next year.
Good morning, folks. Supposed to be mid eighties today, according to Tom:
Strengthening winds deliver unseasonable warmth to the area uniformly—no lake cooling. Elevated, summerlike humidities. Mixed sun—but puffy cumulus clouds build. A few, spotty t-storms possible this afternoon/evening? Some gusts 25-32 mph by afternoon. Highs 18° above normal. Evening t-storms, then partly cloudy, warm.Already there's that whining sunshine coming thru that I find irritating. Either do it, or don't do it.
Which is how I should feel. Either paint, or don't, just don't whine. Later.
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