The Huffington Post's Chris Kelly writes:
In real life, bombing
killed a half million civilians, but interned American and British airmen were generally treated according to the Geneva Conventions. They weren't systematically tortured. They weren't deliberately humiliated. They weren't held in solitary cells. International organizations were given their names and their families were informed of their capture. Their mortality rate was less than 1%. Germany
And they were being held by the worst government on earth.
It's almost like the hippies at MoveOn have it backwards. When it comes to protecting his country, Hitler isn't George Bush.
Via Andrew Sullivan, who calls it a "brilliant piece of writing."
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