1) If you seriously believe that bounty programs are limited to the Saints (and Gregg Williams) in particular, you're a bit naive. My personal belief is that ALL teams do this, and that's supported by comments made by many players around the league. New Orleans just got caught, and now the media/faux outrage train is rolling full steam, they're going to be punished, but it won't change anything.
2) For clarity, I don't personally agree with intentionally trying to injure anybody, but let's be honest. If a player sees the opportunity to hit you in a way that can remove you from the game, he in all likelihood will. I think these bounty programs are less about inflicting extreme amounts of pain (like trying to break someones limb), and instead are more about trying to get the ball-carrier to submit to the pain of being hit really hard. I'll be honest, I know when I see Dashon Goldson creeping across the middle to lay someone out, I tense up in anticipation. And I remember when Donte Whitner knocked helmets with Pierre Thomas (removing him from the game) we were ALL happy around these parts. Football is a violent sport. That's part of its appeal.
I say if you don't want anyone getting hurt, remove the helmets and give them flags.