Thank you, Mark Steyn

Mark Steyn’s Chicago Sun-Times column on Turban Durbin states the case against the Senator with Steyn’s characteristic bite: “Durbin slanders his own country.” Steyn writes:

[G]ive Durbin credit. Every third-rate hack on every European newspaper can do the Americans-are-Nazis schtick. Amnesty International has already declared Guantanamo the “gulag of our times.” But I do believe the senator is the first to compare the U.S. armed forces with the blood-drenched thugs of Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge. Way to go, senator! If you had a dime for every crackpot Web site that takes up your thoughtful historical comparison, you’d be able to retire to the Caribbean and spend the rest of your days torturing yourself with hot weather and loud music, as well as inappropriately provocative women and insufficient choice of hors d’oeuvres and all the other shameful atrocities committed at Guantanamo.

And he’s just getting warmed up…

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