Published December 15, 2003
Gen. Richard Myers is in Kuwait on a long-scheduled USO tour to visit troops along with actor Robin Williams, NASCAR driver Mike Wallace and wrestler Kurt Angle. The trip has taken on much more significance with the capture of ex-Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.
Gen. Myers was asked about the symbolism and significance of Saddam's capture.
"Seeing the leader of a country, a terrible leader, finally being captured in such an ignominious way," said Gen. Myers, "is a message to the people who are still following Saddam, or who had any faint hope that he might be back in power, that that isn't going to happen."
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