BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) - The question of whether Saddam Hussein was alive or dead hung over the capital Tuesday
after a U.S. warplane dropped four bunker-busting bombs and blasted a smoking crater 60 feet deep at a restaurant where he
was believed to be meeting with his sons.
Iraqi Information Minister Mohammed Saeed al-Sahhaf, speaking to reporters Tuesday, made no mention of Saddam's fate, and
rejected any suggestion that Iraq would surrender to the American forces drawing a noose around the regime.
"They will be burnt. We are going to tackle them," he said. AL-SAHHAF went on to say he was in the restaurant with
Saddam and his sons when the bombs hit but we paid NO ATTENTION to the American Infidels and ordered some bacon and eggs and
we played a little penny ante poker, oh and what I said earlier about "They will be burnt" , I actually meant the damn
toast was burnt when they served it to us with our hearty $1.99 all you can eat breakfast, but I'll tell ya, if this keeps
up we will be dining at McDonalds from now on because the American Infidels will not bomb a McDonalds as we understand they
have a anti-bomb contract with your government .
EXCLUSIVE PHOTO OF THE RESTAURANT WHERE AL-SAHHAF SAID THEY SURVIVED THE ATTACK
Hey boys ! looks like their eggs came out SCRAMBLED !