Misplaced compassion

There is a cat in Connecticut — Lewis by name — that has brought terror to its neighborhood. Using its sharp long claws and stealthy feline tactics, it has attacked at least a half—dozen unsuspecting individuals. So appalling has been its behavior that the animal is in danger of being put to sleep by the order of a superior court judge. In a desperate bid to save it, a group called Friends Animal Society, which claims to be the nation's 'largest no—kill animal sanctuary,' is offering to take Lewis on for free.

These liberal types are really too much. When they hear about a mean—spirited cat terrorizing his peaceful neighbors their first impulse is to offer a sanctuary. They reaction is completely different, however, when it comes to accusations that our soldiers may have roughed up some murderous terrorists. Then they make no offers of sanctuaries, but want to see our servicemen punished even before the investigation is completed. How is it that liberals are so compassionate toward a vicious animal, but so unmerciful to those who protect us from some of the brutal people on this earth?

Be it as it may, I would like to propose a solution to this emotional impasse. Let's just execute the thuggish cat and let's get off our soldiers' backs so they can fight and win this war on terror.

Is it a fair deal, libs?

Vasko Kohlmayer   6 20 06

There is a cat in Connecticut — Lewis by name — that has brought terror to its neighborhood. Using its sharp long claws and stealthy feline tactics, it has attacked at least a half—dozen unsuspecting individuals. So appalling has been its behavior that the animal is in danger of being put to sleep by the order of a superior court judge. In a desperate bid to save it, a group called Friends Animal Society, which claims to be the nation's 'largest no—kill animal sanctuary,' is offering to take Lewis on for free.

These liberal types are really too much. When they hear about a mean—spirited cat terrorizing his peaceful neighbors their first impulse is to offer a sanctuary. They reaction is completely different, however, when it comes to accusations that our soldiers may have roughed up some murderous terrorists. Then they make no offers of sanctuaries, but want to see our servicemen punished even before the investigation is completed. How is it that liberals are so compassionate toward a vicious animal, but so unmerciful to those who protect us from some of the brutal people on this earth?

Be it as it may, I would like to propose a solution to this emotional impasse. Let's just execute the thuggish cat and let's get off our soldiers' backs so they can fight and win this war on terror.

Is it a fair deal, libs?

Vasko Kohlmayer   6 20 06