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Thursday, February 02, 2006

1 FEBRUARY, 2006 by East Cross Street

East Cross Street writes: Had Saddam Hussein not turned into a ruthless dictator, it's not unreasonable to imagine him in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Had Jerome Bettis not turned into a Hall of Fame football player, it's not unreasonable to imagine him as a ruthless dictator.

Shortly after Hussein became the president of Iraq, he donated $250K to Chaldean Sacred Heart church in Detroit. As a reward for his generosity, then-mayor Coleman Young gave Hussein the key to the city in 1980. As thanks for receiving the key to the city, Hussein gave another $200K to the church to pay off their remaining debt. Not to be outdone again, Hussein was rewarded for his charity by having his country attacked by the United States. Twice.

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# posted by Tami @ 10:04 AM
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