Wednesday - October 17, 2007
The American People are Guilty of Torture: Frank Rich of the NYT's
The anti-war left hates America. They hate the use of power. They hate nationalism. In fact, the security of their nation means little to them, but they sure can get worked up about the plight of our enemies.
Sleep deprivation is not torture. A woman rubbing her breasts in the face of a Muslim terrorist is not torture. And putting panties on the heads of terrorists is not torture. The left has defined torture down to the point that depriving an inmate of an expresso from Starbucks is nearly unconscionable.
Torture is electro-shock. Torture is removing body parts. Torture is responding to a leftist.
Rich likens our interrogation methods to those of Nazi Germany. The Germans weren't tried at Nuremberg for interrogation methods, they were tried for murder and mutilation. Maybe Rich needs to refresh his memory on what the Germans really did.
To start with, Rich can kiss my Bush supporting ass that readily supports the Administration's handling of Muslim terrorists who want to kill Americans.
The American left is dangerous. The drug induced, communist inspired political ideology that they now practice is a threat to our national survival. No country can survive where its citizens hate their culture. No country can survive that isn't willing to defend itself. No nation can survive where its citizens will not defend it because they hate it.
Here is the last paragraph of Rich's attack on his fellow Americans:
Our humanity has been compromised by those who use Gestapo tactics in our war. The longer we stand idly by while they do so, the more we resemble those "good Germans" who professed ignorance of their own Gestapo. It's up to us to wake up our somnambulant Congress to challenge administration policy every day. Let the war's last supporters filibuster all night if they want to. There is nothing left to lose except whatever remains of our country's good name.
Our good name doesn't keep our enemies at bay. Oh, and I bet Rich thinks that rendition was started by Bush also.Trackposted to The Amboy Times, , The Bullwinkle Blog, Faultline USA, and Right Truth, thanks to Linkfest Haven Deluxe.
Author: The Machiavellian
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