May 19, 2005
by Reb Yudel
That's what YudelLine expects him to say next, in defense of his actual remarks today that:
What the Democrats are doing is "the equivalent of Adolf Hitler in 1942 saying, 'I'm in Paris. How dare you invade me. How dare you bomb my city? It's mine.' This is no more the rule of the senate than it was the rule of the senate before not to filibuster." (click to view)To put this in context, it is true that, as I heard right-wing radio broadaster Michael Savage say yesterday, the Democratic debate yesterday was led by "Jewish liberals."
It's also true that Rick "man-on-dog action" Sanatorum strongly disapproves of Nazi analogies used by others:
"Senator Byrd's inappropriate remarks comparing his Republican colleagues with Nazis are inexcusable," Santorum said in a statement yesterday. "These comments lessen the credibility of the senator and the decorum of the Senate. He should retract his statement and ask for pardon."But really, what do you expect from a group of people, headed by a president who wishes American troops had reconstituted the Nazi army in 1945 to take on Stalin, who wish to appoint a judge who likens the New Deal to the Bolshevik Revolution? Certainly the Bush and Walker families considered Hitler the lesser of two evils back in the '30s, as Republican bad-boy Pat Buchanan still does today. TrackBack