Top Villain of 2006

And the top villain of 2006, according to the Associated Press poll is:

Top Villain of 2006 Poll
found @ crooksandliars.com

George Dubya!

It’s funny how he beats the combined score of Osama, Saddam, Ahmadinejad, Kim Jong and Satan himself.

In related news, South Park joke becomes eerily prophetic:

Satan and Saddam in Bed

What does Saddam’s execution mean in global scope? Absolutely nothing. Saddam was irrelevant since the day he was captured in 2003. The execution was just some theatrics designed to appease the masses look as if the Bush administration actually achieved something. But it didn’t.

Nothing has changed. We are still at war, Iraq is still fucked up beyond recognition (even more than usual now, seeing as certain groups did not want Saddam to be executed), and our president still sucks.

What can be the impact of this execution if American public considers Bush to be a bigger crook than Saddam?

Update 01/01/2007 03:23:22 PM

If you feel that you need to see it, here is a full, uncensored shakycam video of the hanging.

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10 Responses to Top Villain of 2006

  1. Wikke BELGIUM Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    You have to give Saddam some credit.
    He managed to keep his trial in his own hands with his comments.
    He wanted to make hisory, he did it!

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  2. Matt` UNITED KINGDOM Mozilla Firefox Windows Terminalist says:

    So where did the other 53% of the votes go?

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  3. Luke UNITED STATES Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    No clue Matt. I guess the rest was irrelevant – most likely a long list of more or less known people who only got fractions of a percent.

    But then again, who knows…

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  4. Matt` UNITED KINGDOM Mozilla Firefox Windows Terminalist says:

    They would have to get less than 1 percent to score lower than satan, 53% left to divide up, so 53+ other people (most likely many more since it seems unlikely that everyone would get just less than one percent

    I dunno… it seems the only logical answer but I don’t think there are that many candidates for villain of the year

    Unless there were other high scorers and they only showed the results for the politically topical ones (and satan)

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  5. Luke UNITED STATES Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    Good point. Perhaps Bush is not the highest scoring villain on the poll, but the newscast from which this screenshot was taken only chose to show this sample for obvious political message:

    “People think Bush is a bigger villain than the top 4 global bad guys and satan combined”.

    :P

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  6. Matt` UNITED KINGDOM Mozilla Firefox Windows Terminalist says:

    Or a couple of lesser bad guys – you’d have to get almost all the missing votes to beat Bush, maybe they just left out some people who dont make a good political message but were still less than Bush

    I know I’m splitting hairs but….. :?
    Ok, I have no reason for splitting hairs except that its another possibility.

    Whichever way it happened theres people they left out – either a horde of

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  7. Matt` UNITED KINGDOM Mozilla Firefox Windows Terminalist says:

    hey… were did the rest of my post go?
    is “less than sign” “1″ “percent sign” some sort of code for “cut my post off here”

    anyway, either a horde of less-than-one-percent-ers or some un-political high scorers got left off the poll, I wonder who else got voted for

    Now lets see if it’ll show the less-than and percent thingy

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  8. Luke UNITED STATES Mozilla Firefox Ubuntu Linux says:

    Yep, the “less than” sign is code for “open HTML tag”. So the rest of your post was essentially treated as a weird nonstandard tag, with many attributes. WordPress is set to strip all HTML tags except the ones mentioned above the comment box – so it got killed. Sorry.

    If you want to show < you need to use the HTML entity: &lt;

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  9. Matt` UNITED KINGDOM Mozilla Firefox Windows Terminalist says:

    ahh, thought there’d be an explanation like that
    hehe.. weird kind of tag – several line long, no wonder wordpress didnt like it :lol:

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  10. ambush CANADA Safari Mac OS says:

    gee so bush is a villain for executing a POW with no evidence against him? for starting a war? for being the second worst president of all time? oh and whats up with the war measures act, sounds like a legal version of watergate to me.

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