The Corner on National Review Online

Sunday, December 31, 2006
The Corner on National Review Online: "It is getting so that the cheap anti-American rhetoric from Europe and the Middle East about our purported complicity in killing a mass murderer should be worn as a badge of honor. We caught him, turned him over for a transparent trial, and ensured he would never murder again. So the question remains: where is the true morality-building this killer's bunkers, selling him weapons, taking his oil-or putting him in a noose?"

3 comments:

Skookumchuk said...

So the question remains: where is the true morality-building this killer's bunkers, selling him weapons, taking his oil-or putting him in a noose?

It is a badge of honor.

But you see, building his bunkers and selling him weapons and profiting from oil for food is excusable by our betters at the NYT because it was done mainly by cultivated, educated, nuanced Europeans having free health care and brave new transnational societies with a depth of culture and historical understanding and multiculturalist sympathies that raw and callow Americans can never hope to equal. No matter how good Napa Valley sparkling white wine can get, it will never be champagne. Never.

Or sumpthin'.

terrye said...

Like Bush was rumored to have said "I don't give a s*** what Europe thinks" or something.

Getting lectures in morality from Europeans and Arabs is just so bizarre.

CF said...

Happy New Years Flarers..and smooches, Seneca..