NPR had an interesting segment this morning about the detainees in Guantanamo and the Supreme Court’s involvement in their hearings. The most interesting bit — supporters of the administration and its policy of not allowing the detainees access to lawyers compared their policy to what the Vietnamese and Koreans did during those respective conflicts.

Huh? Now there’s a good argument: “See, the Viet Cong did it us, so it’s ok for us to do it to someone else.” There’s some airtight logic for you.