Friday, May 26, 2006

Moral Insanity

I've written on George Galloway a couple times in the past year, but this new admission by George Galloway takes the cake--by a long shot. In an interview with GQ magazine, Galloway responded to the question, "Would the assassination of, say, Tony Blair by a suicide bomber - if there were no other casualties - be justified as revenge for the war on Iraq?" by saying:

"Yes, it would be morally justified. I am not calling for it - but if it happened it would be of a wholly different moral order to the events of 7/7. It would be entirely logical and explicable. And morally equivalent to ordering the deaths of thousands of innocent people in Iraq - as Blair did."

Now, Galloway is a moonbat, granted, but a man in the British Parliament should never--ever be able to get away with such an irresponsible, morally insane, and wicked statement. Galloway needs to be held accountable for what he says and what he does. Does the UK have the intestinal fortitude to do it? Not likely...

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