I have the right to call John Walker a traitor. Practically nobody else in America today has that right.

That is because I have consistently denounced traitors. I did not wait to jump on one particular turncoat because it is fashionable to jump on him.

On September 10, 2001, the only white person who was truly moral was a white person who spoke of white people the way Goebbels spoke of Jews.

On September 10, 2001, the only truly moral American was one who blamed America for the world's problems.

On September 10, 2001, a good person was one who hated Christians. Every history lesson told us how good the Aztecs were and how evil the Christians were.

All my life American education taught that a young white American Christian like John Walker was only moral if he hated whites, Americans and Christians.

On September 10, 2001, the word "Idealist" described "The Love Generation," those 1960s hippies who were marching under the same Viet Cong flag that was actively killing Americans at the time. Jane Fonda was an Idealist for going to North Vietnam and pretending to man a gun that was used to shoot at American planes.

"Idealism," on September 10, 2001, was represented in the Woody Allen movie "The Front," where Allen played a 1950s writer protecting outright and outspoken Stalinists who were trying to give America to the Soviet Union.

Now everybody is astonished that John Walker went and fought for the Taliban.

They want him hanged.

But nobody wants any other traitors even criticized, much less prosecuted. Unlike Walker, these others were not traitors, they were merely Idealists who supported the Democratic and Peace-Loving People's Republics.

Respectable conservatives are howling for Walker's hide, but not one of them has the guts to mention all the other traitors.

For pro-Israel "Christians" and leftists, treason is moral if you give the right reason for it.