This tidbit on NRO qualifies for zinger of the year (so far) in my book.
The European elite has finally objected to the treatment of prisoners in Cuba. Of course, it's not the political prisoners tortured by Fidel Castro, but the captured Taliban and al Qaeda terrorists held in Guantanamo Bay by the U.S. who are the objects of their solicitude.Heh. Discuss.
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