Strange but there are some people who are actually upset that Uday and Qusay are dead.
Check out this letter to the editor of the San Francisco Chronicle:
Editor -- I assume the Hussein brothers were as evil as they are painted in today's San Francisco Chronicle. Yet the heartless gloating over the deaths of these men, accused and killed without due process and trial, is unworthy of your editorial policy.
They apparently were killed in retaliation for defending themselves from our armed American soldiers surrounding them.
Justice does not come with a victorious shootout. This is one more instance of teaching our children that violence is the best way to bring justice.
ROBERT WARREN CROMEY
Huh? Due process? Defending themselves? Even if you correct for the writer being from San Francisco, this is some fuzzy logic alright.
My only disappointment with the demise of the Hussein brothers was that it wasn't televised live with a special Uday-cam®.
Actually this was one of the best lessons in justice a frightened Iraqi kid could ever learn.
And yes, Bob , there are times when violence is the best justice delivery method. It worked against slavery, Nazism, Communism, and seems particularly effective against fascism.
As entertaining as a trial against Uday and Qusay would have been, American-style litigation would only have tarnished our reputation.
If there were ever a time to gloat this would be it.
Unless, of course, you don't want the liberation of Iraq to succeed.
My greatest concern now is that they be given a proper funeral. Perhaps a shallow unmarked grave in a park someplace.