Greenwald sighs at the rightosphere's reaction to the government offloading a group of Gitmo detainees, which were determined by the Bush administration to not be enemy combatants. A.L. double sighs:

That the plight of these men elicits precisely zero sympathy (indeed, it provokes laughter) from most supposedly freedom-loving conservatives in this county underscores the extent to which many conservatives have managed to dehumanize in their own minds the many foreigners whose lives are impacted by our policies.

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