Tuesday, May 15, 2007


Are We Really Serious about the War on Terror?

Since Eric Rudolph is not in Gitmo, we must, by the logic of the Bush "the only good terrorist suspect is a tortured terrorist suspect" administration and all those who have proclaimed themselves "serious about national defense", presume that those responsible for not shipping this terrorist off to Gitmo are "objectively pro-terrorist". After all, terrorists are "bad people" and we must protect our homeland from them, right? After all, we can't distinguish among terrorists in our global fight against terrorism, right?

Or maybe some terrorists, even if they've not actually, um, killed anybody, are worse than other terrorists who actually have on the basis of religion and/or skin color?

Gitmo has always had the feeling of a test project to me, a try out for the real thing. The inmates there are just the test population, the real one will include many different ones. Eric Rudolph, though, won't be one of them.

What do you know, Alberich, I redid my browser and got you in for the first time in ages. I don't want to know if that makes sense, it might hex it.

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