Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Gitmo Defense

Michelle Malkin has a defense of Guantanamo Bay internment, which isn't a big surprise. I like her analysis of the situation. Especially in regard to Gen. Myers, saying, "It's about time someone defended America's honor clearly, passionately, and unapologetically. Too bad the president missed an opportunity to do it himself."

Couldn't agree more. Be sure to check out her full column soon; it can be found here.

Does Amnesty International have a branch in Cuba outside Guantanamo Bay? If so, the MSM sure hasn't said anything about it. And wait a minute. . . exactly how many Soviet citizens died in the REAL gulags? Not only does AI not seem to care about our national security, but they don't seem to feel that the survivors of the gulag system might take offense to their personal suffering being compared to the POSSIBILITY of detainees' religious views being abused.

Update: MM has her completed column up. She also has a synopsis of the column and some additional comments at her blog. Her conclusion of the Gitmo "abuse" situation:

"Guantanamo Bay will not be the death of this country. The unseriousness and hypocrisy of the terrorist-abetting Left is a far greater threat."

The whole thing can be read at her blog.

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