Hogan's Alley

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Ramsey Clark Consoles Saddam

Ever vigilant for the true victims in the world, former Attorney General and currend nut job, Ramsey Clark has arrived in Bagdhad and wangled a visit with former dictator and current prisoner, Saddam Hussein. Clark pronounced that:

Saddam was in ''extremely good spirits to see people he knew that he could talk to that he hadn't seen in a couple of years,'' said Clark, who said he last saw the former Iraqi strongman in February 2003, shortly before the U.S.-led invasion.

''His mind was as clear and as sharp as ever,'' Clark, who has been advising Saddam's Iraqi lawyers, told The Associated Press at the Amman airport on arrival from Baghdad.

Well, I'll sleep better knowing that Ramsay is out there protecting the downtrodden mass murderers among us. Moral clarity, ain't it wonderful.