Monday, May 28, 2007

Non-Memorial Day

Today I honored the sacrifice of those who died in our countries service by participating in a Memorial Day parade.

I also honor this day by pointing out something that some seem unwilling to point out. Our terrorist enemies in Iraq are evil torturers. A recently found manual on torture confirms this, along with the victims of that torture. I thank God for those who have died and those who now live defending our nation from those who would inflict torture on all who don't share their religion or political goals.

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Blogger Don Surber of the Charleston (W.Va.) Daily Mail examines big-media coverage of the documents:

Where did USA Today play the torture book story?

Not on Page One.

Where did the New York Times play it?

Not on Page One.

Where did the Washington Post play it?

Not on Page One. And yet such false stories as the "flushed Koran" got widespread play in the newspapers and on television.

We are hearing those awful "Sounds of Silence" that Simon and Garfunkel warned us about.

Whether intentional or not, the message is clear: The United States must be above even false reports of torture, while the enemy is allowed to promote eye removal, blowtorching skin and horrors I won't go into.

We also checked the blogs of Andrew Sullivan and Glenn Greenwald, among the most hysterical accusers of America in the "torture" debate, and here is what they have had to say about the al Qaeda documents: .

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