March 20, 2003

Bill Moyers on Flag Pins

Bill Moyers on Flag Pins

Moyer's provides us with an example of grotesque moral relativism:

"I put it on to remind myself that not every patriot thinks we should do to the people of Baghdad what bin Laden did to us."

The U.S. is specifically making best efforts to strike at targets that butress one of the most brutish regimes of the 20th century so as to topple it as expeditiously as possible with minimum collateral damage. UBL's attack on the WTC was aimed at creating the greatest amount of carnage possible in NYC with the express intent of murdering thousands of civilians. And Moyer's equates these two actions?

Posted by Gregory at March 20, 2003 10:40 PM
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