Max Boot writes in the LA Times that those criticzing the War on Terror sound familiar themes to those who did so in the past -- about the Nazis.
It seems the "who are we to judge?" and "we're no better" philosophy still holds currency for some.
One confused Brit twit, pacifist poet D.S. Savage (funny, huh?), actually equated the British democracy with Nazi totalitarianism -- at a time when the Germans had overrun most of Europe and were slaughtering up to 10 million, jews, poles, slavs, and basically anyone else who got in their way.
Such equivocation pervades even the MSM media, with the BBC declining to call those who perpetrated the recent London bombings "terrorists."