Another Call to Free Johnny Taliban

Now that Osama bin Laden is dead, the Marin County moonbats who produced Johnny Taliban are joining the LA Times in demanding the apple of their eye be released. The NY Times predictably offers a soapbox from which Frank Lindh makes his case:

On the evening of May 1, we learned that Osama bin Laden had been killed. The following dawn, I left my house in the Bay Area to catch a bus to Oakland International Airport. I flew to Indianapolis for a scheduled visit with my son, John Walker Lindh, at the federal prison in Terre Haute, Ind.

I love my son. I enjoy our periodic visits and our weekly telephone calls, but this visit felt different. “If Bin Laden is dead,” I kept thinking, “why can’t John come home?”

Like other Muslims, Johnny Taliban is a put-upon victim of the insensitive Bush Regime. He went to Afghanistan to fight for the Taliban, but who could blame him, considering that the Northern Alliance resistance was “brutal”? He took part in the Mazar-i-Sharif prison camp uprising that produced the first American combat casualty in Afghanistan, CIA agent Mike Spann. But it’s not like he killed Spann with his own hands.

They used to shoot traitors who fought for the enemy against American forces. But instead Johnny Taliban was sentenced to 20 years of three hots and a cot on our dime. Dad thinks that’s too stiff.

Now that Bin Laden is dead, I hope President Obama, and the American people, can find it in their hearts to release John, and let him come home.

No doubt this argument will resonate with the Obama Misadministration, which has already officially ended the War on Terror by forbidding use of the term.

As the Manchurian Moonbat’s catastrophic presidency finally draws to a close, expect Johnny Taliban’s pardon to come right after Mumia Abu-Jamal‘s.

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The best argument for executing traitors since Hanoi Jane Fonda.

On a tip from SR. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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