6 thoughts on “Rumsfeld Compares Iraqi Insurgents to Nazis

  1. BH
    why doesn’t the media challenge this terminology?
    the whole bushy crew needs to be indicted. and it’ll never happen.
    i’m not caught up with the news… is feingold getting support? last i read he wasn’t. these days, democrats=eunichs, apparently.

  2. Ummm, Mobius, not that Rumsfeld’s comparison is pefectly apt, but it’s a lot better than yours. I think it’s fair to say that Zarqawi and the Iraqi insurgents are considerably more Nazi-like than are the Republicans.

  3. bla bla bla everybody calling everybody Nazis, nobody actually remembering what there is to learn about that whole chain of events at all.
    Our textbooks have made the Nazis sub-human, and now the term is just thrown around at one’s enemies. But while what they did was sub-human, y’all are forgetting who these people actually were. They we’re not that different from your neighbors. Most of them were well educated, cultured even.
    The same country that was responsible for most of Europe’s greatest philosophers is the same country that willfully performed a genocide.
    Why? Not because they were so different from us. On the contrary, everyone has the capacity to do what they did. That’s what people forget.
    The question is this…do you have morals, or do you just do what is socially acceptable?
    If the latter, then you’re at high risk for the same disease. And most people are.

  4. I’m callin’ it-Shades of Dr. Strangelove. It’s time for us all to call for the resignation of this sick old man.

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