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How profoundly thoughtful of you to make a death threat

krauthammer.thumbnail.jpgI know, you are all going to be stunned that Chuckles Krauthammer’s position that Israel needs to make the rubble bounce higher in Gaza.

But this is the wankiest line of them all:

Israel is so scrupulous about civilian life that, risking the element of surprise, it contacts enemy noncombatants in advance to warn them of approaching danger.

So I guess this is good news to the IRA, Basque Separatists, and various others who have blown shit up over the years (killing many) — they now get a pass because they telegraphed their punches via warnings ahead of time. And I guess, by ol’ Charlies’ logic it is morally right to bomb Iran, because he wrote a cloying article about "Peace through Confligration" a couple years ago. So they’ve been adequately warned. So as long as you give a courtesy call it is okay to nuke somebody, because proportionate response just is not a moral question Krauthammer can believe in.

Hard to believe he is not more loved isn’t it? Only 18 days left to get him a Medal of Freedom.

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