Saturday, June 19, 2004

Very Helpful, I'm Sure

World Leaders Condemn Hostage Slaying
I remember when anti-Vietnam War protesters circled the Pentagon, joined hands, and tried to will an end to the war. That was more effective than the rote condemnation of terrorists for the killing of Paul Johnson in Saudi Arabia.

The same article quotes Human Rights Watch (a world leader in what?) as calling Johnson's slaying "a heinous crime that no political cause can justify." You know all you need to know about Human Rights Watch when it elevates al Qaeda's Islamo-fascist agenda to the status of a political cause. Right up there with George Washington and company. Moral relativism just makes me sick.