Thursday, June 16, 2005

Posted by: Anonymous : 9:37 AM

Poor Dick Durbin dared call Gitmo a bad place and a Wingnut's panties went straight to Crackistan:
The word traitorous does not begin to capture your heinous remarks in the Senate regarding our treatment of war prisoners. You, Sir, are a political abomination and if I had my way senator you would be impeached and arrested for sedition.
See, in Wingnutistan, to speak truth against injustice makes you a traitor, one of the enemies:

For you to compare the treatment these Islamic dogs have received as our prisoners to Nazi concentration camps, to the Soviet gulags or to murderous regime of Pol Pot is not only a disservice to the victims of those horrible crimes, it is nothing less than siding with our enemy and emboldening them to continue their terrorist assault on our country.
The frothing goes on. And on. And on. And on.

But this Annon nails it:

What a terrific letter.

What the liberals don't realize is that nothing -- NOTHING -- is more American than detaining prisoners without charges or hope of a trial, and then chaining them to walls for days on end covered in their own excrement.

This treatment is exactly what the founding fathers envisioned when they wrote the Bill of Rights, and anyone who dares to disagree with it is an enemy of America.

As a matter of fact, disagreeing with the president is always seditious -- as long as we're suspending the fourth amendment, we might as well flush the first.

Well put!
Nevermind that Senatore Durbin was reading from an FBI report. Dissent should be trampled, dissenters should be imprisoned, shut up already, they're so unseemly.

God Bless the USA! Free Katie! Apple Pie! Fallafels for everyone!


At 11:01 AM, Blogger Musmanno said...

Meanwhile, the republican drones are so busy getting everyone to talk about what Durbin said, that no one is even addressing the underlying issue - which is why the treatment of some prisoners has been as he describes, and what ought to be done about it. That should be the focus of the discussion - not the deflection the GOP is using to talk about Durbin instead.

At 11:26 AM, Blogger Capitola said...

darn straight, Scott. it's the deflection! why can't it sink into their hard heads: torture is bad.


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