United Van Lines
“I’d probably kick him in the knee.”
“I’m retired military. He wouldn’t be long for this world. A lot of people don’t seem to understand the right of freedom. There’s no place like the United States of America.”
“Probably not much, really. Try to keep the man around, detain him. If I didn’t have a weapon, I couldn’t do much.”
“If I was in a predicament and came face-to-face with Saddam Hussein, I would have a canon in my pocket, and I would kill him.”
“I think the question would be what would it take to resolve the differences between our nations. I would ask him why he has taken the stance against our country.”
“I probably wouldn’t recognize him. I’d just think, ‘Hey, that guy looks an awful lot like Saddam Hussein,’ so I probably wouldn’t do anything.”
North American Van Lines
“You’re asking a retired military man. I’d probably shoot him.”
“First instinct? Assassination. I believe he’s done enough in the world community that if he’s not going to accept an exile, he needs to be removed from the world community.”
“Depends on whether or not I could get my hands on him.”
Lake Charles, La.
“Shoot him in the head.”
“First I’d try to capture him and ask him to give up. I would try to talk him down.”
“Call the proper authorities, I guess.”
“I’d probably kill him. I’d find a stick, knife, whatever.”
Church Hill, Tenn.
“I probably wouldn’t kill him because I’d go to jail. I guess I’d hold him until the cops got there.”
“You don’t need to ask me that – I’d probably beat his [butt].”
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