Monday, November 07, 2005

Getting the retaliation in first

Via Wikipedia, Godwin's law:

As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1.

Since two makes a trend, we propose the Gigot Corollary, named for the editor of the Wall Street Journal editorial page:

If there is any non-zero probability of a Nazi or Hitler comparison arising from a discussion, you might as well make the comparison as soon as possible.

Hence, From Monday's WSJ editorial page, the headline from an article (may be free) by Senator Norm Coleman (the man who managed to make George Galloway look good):

Beware a 'Digital Munich'

Delete the U.N. from the Internet.

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