Tuesday, April 19, 2005

This Was No Hitler

Gateway Pundit takes on the protestor crowd's use of Hitler as a comparison to Bush and his allies around the world:
Truly, as VDH notes, it is disconcerting that so many on the left have spewed imagery of Hitler to attack their opponents on the Right. This is happening because as VDH points out, Hitler was the great evil extreme of their opposition. (And, Saddam will most likely be the next to join him.) But you won’t see Mao or “Uncle Joe” at any of these rallies, not just because the communist parties here and abroad were paying for many of the world’s protests of late, but also because Mao and Stalin reflect the great evil extreme on their side of the pond. And as Victor Hanson explains, there’s some pretty putrid water in their wading areas.
Read the whole thing.