Candid Caller

Click to follow
Indy Lifestyle Online
Bill Clinton and John Major do not know what to do with Saddam Hussein. So the Candid Caller decided to ask the people.

Mrs Linda Peace of Portsmouth: 'I think he should be left well alone but watched constantly.'

Mr Alan Warr of Chichester: 'The answer is: it should have been done two years ago. We should have pursued the campaign in Iraq to its logical conclusion at that time and either wiped him out or made a condition of peace that he was removed from power. I think Bush chickened out. He wanted to go home as a hero and take his heroic boys with him.'

Mrs Joyce Peace of Grimsby: 'My late husband would say somebody should shoot him. I don't think we'll have any peace until we do get rid of him.'

Mrs Gillian Warr of Blackpool: 'In some way he should be ousted from power. He shouldn't be allowed to continue. I don't think we should go about it with war methods. Perhaps we should send in the SAS.'

Mr Ian Peace of Palmers Green, north London: 'We should get rid of him as quickly as possible. He's not doing any good at all. He rules by fear, but because of that fear there are obviously a lot of people suffering out there. The quicker we can bring that to an end the better.'

Mr Frederick Warr of Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex: 'I think that it's a matter for the United Nations and that it should be left to them. It needs a great deal of thought.'

Mr Harold Peace of Stafford: 'He's certainly got to be taught a lesson, but I think he'll keep niggling until he's wiped out.'

Mrs Anne Warr of Manchester: 'I think they should have finished him off in the first place. I'm not a bit surprised that he's come back to cause more trouble.'

Mrs Betty Peacefull of Spilsby,

Lincolnshire: 'Hang him] I think the best thing anybody can do is get hold of him and kill the blighter.'

Mr Auberon Waugh: 'I think he should be left alone really. He doesn't worry me. I think he's obviously very popular in his own country.'