Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Mr. Ilk writes again

What did you say grasshopper? That's not Mr. Ilk? It's Mr. Yuck? Sorry. Spot's mistake. Well, Mr. Ilk has this letter in the Strib today:
I would guess the Aug. 20 letter writer who thinks U.S. District
Judge Anna Diggs Taylor, a Democratic appointee, did the right thing in
ruling that the warrantless eavesdropping program was unconstitutional
will be among the first to complain if we suffer another terrorist
attack in the United States.


If you would guess that, Bob, why don't you just go ahead and do it?

Mr. Ilk supports the logic, if that is what it can be called, of saying if you do not suport every murderous, illegal, and vile thing that the administration does or even dreams of doing, you support the terrorists. In fact, come to think of it, maybe Mr. Ilk should have accused the "Aug. 20 letter writer" of looking forward to a terrorist attack!

There are only so many fear cards in the deck. They've all been played already, Mr. Ilk.

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