When Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the mastermind of the September 11 terrorist attacks, stood in an American military court last week, he told the judge thathe wanted the death penalty– so he could become a martyr. (I say we let him have what he wants.) Sounding every bit like some elected Democrats and antiwar activists,he accused President Bush of waging “a crusader war” and castigated America for having “evil laws.” In solidarity with many left-leaning Americans,he ranted about being tortured.
Khalid Mohammed, who faces 2,973 counts of murder, did undergo harsh interrogations. He’s one of the few that wesubjected to water-boarding — and he sang like a canary. Those interrogations directly led to the capture of other terrorists, costing Al-Qaeda the chance to kill perhaps thousands more Americans. But those facts are lost on many Americanswho have fallen sway to the relentless anti-Bush political assault waged by the Democrat Party and the Drive-By Media.
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