I do not think Saddam should be executed
Either we disagree with killing in principle and we don't sanction any killings at all, or we condone killing in principle in which case, let's just have a blood bath and have done with it. Except that's not going to do the population figures much good.
But we can't have it both ways.
It's a bad day when anyone gets killed for any reason at all, including Saddam - and all of his victims, of course.
I also think Tony Blair and George Bush are personally both treading on very unstable ground by not doing more to prevent this from happening.
But of course, they did it anyway. Does anyone engage their brains before making these decisions? Maybe I'm missing some really obvious bit of the logic process, I dunno.