Zarqawi, Schiavo and liberal madness

As more details emerge, the media have begun to ask whether Zarqawi's life could have been saved given that he was alive for almost an hour after the bombing. They have even floated the possibility that medical aid was purposefully denied to him. The media's concern for Zarqawi contrasts glaringly with their attitude toward Terri Schiavo when they cheered those who denied her life—sustaining nourishment.

This behavior is yet another striking illustration of the moral madness that is liberalism. Only liberals could show concern for a murderous monster while gleefully watching a disabled woman starve to death. The odious ideology to which they adhere so corrodes their moral sensibilities that they almost completely lose their sense of compassion, proportion, justice and decency. Only thus can they campaign for the killing of babies and the disabled while fretting about the possible lack of medical attention to a head—chopping beast. Terrible is indeed the moral affliction from which these people suffer.

Vasko Kohlmayer  6 14 06

As more details emerge, the media have begun to ask whether Zarqawi's life could have been saved given that he was alive for almost an hour after the bombing. They have even floated the possibility that medical aid was purposefully denied to him. The media's concern for Zarqawi contrasts glaringly with their attitude toward Terri Schiavo when they cheered those who denied her life—sustaining nourishment.

This behavior is yet another striking illustration of the moral madness that is liberalism. Only liberals could show concern for a murderous monster while gleefully watching a disabled woman starve to death. The odious ideology to which they adhere so corrodes their moral sensibilities that they almost completely lose their sense of compassion, proportion, justice and decency. Only thus can they campaign for the killing of babies and the disabled while fretting about the possible lack of medical attention to a head—chopping beast. Terrible is indeed the moral affliction from which these people suffer.

Vasko Kohlmayer  6 14 06