And I thought my priorities were skewed.
I was watching CNN (Financial) and one of their foreign analysts, Octavia Nasir, was brought on to comment about Saddam's capture. She was smiling and seemed pleased about this turn of events, that seems to be a reasonable reaction. She shatters the illusion as to where her loyalties actually lie, however when she compared the Iraqi journalists cheering the news that Saddam was captured. "They cheered him when he was in power, and now they're cheering again, how do we tell which one was their real reaction." Hmmmm, let's see if I get this straight. Cheering with a gun to your head is the same as cheering without a gun to your head. Interesting point of view. Warped, but interesting.