Dear Dr. Bones,
I'm not sure if I understand your logic. If one opposed the invasion of Iraq, that did not make one a partisan for Iraq.
Ah, and who shall tell Mr. Poster of the Logicke of Hyperzion?
Well, let us take a stab at it. We can but bellyflop . . . .
The particular neologician poor Poster goes up against fails to fully to exemplify those intellectual/civilisational talents with which The Greatest Demographic is notoriously endowed to a unique degree, for there is here a distinct whiff (is there not?) of "You’re another!": the Freelord of Cantor may advise his favorite parcel of alien pols how to interfere at Washington City without drawin’ any legitimate flak BECAUSE somebody or another once upon a time "schlepped to Baghdad to show progressive fealty to S[addám] Hussein."
What kind of a BECAUSE is that, sir? I ask you!
I conjecture that Hasbara House distinguishes a number of different product lines, with this one well towards the downmarket end. Such inconsequent shlepware would (I guess) sell well enough at Pajama Junction  or Rio Limbaugh/Port Ste. Lucie, partly because the selfservative kiddies an’ neokiddies out there already hate everythin’ that their honourable and gallant Kiddiemasters label ‘progressive’. And partly because "You’re another!" is about the way your typical PJM/RL-PSL kiddie neoreasons for herself, should she ever attempt so disagreeable a task. 
Around TPMC, the presumption of witless hostility certainly fails, and I should be happy to believe that most café lizards can detect the inconsequence of Dr. Schleppes, not so clearly as to be able to mark up his paper with a red pencil as the Muses and you and I can do, perhaps, yet with a fairly strong instant conviction that his cheaper brands of neoärgument are unsuitable for consumption by decent political grown-ups.
 A.k.a. "Two wrongs don’t make a rite."
 Neocomrade R. L. Simon, Freelord and Kiddiemaster Padjaama in the peerage of Foxcuckooland, is celebratin’ PJM’s fifth anniversary today. Presumably they’ll be hittin’ what Jesuits used to call the "age of reason" (seven years, was it?) over there any day now. "And the sooner, the better," say I.
 This is no place to recapitulate Neocomradology 101, Dr. Bones. But you must remember our tentative hypothesis that havin’ hated School explains a lot about run-of-the-mill wingnutettes an’ wingnuts.
Now, what could be more like School -- and less like Fun! -- that gettin’ lectured/hectored about how the misbehaviour of Mr. George Galloway, M.P., can have no significant ethical -- or even much ‘logical’ -- connection with the neodoin’s of a Neukamerad Bundestagsgesandte Erich Iwan, Freeiherr und Kindermeister von Kantor?
And a true, redstate Kiddie Selfservative would be at least equally bored should her tormentor start spoofing her crew’s ever-immortal Balance ’an Fairness (®) product by pointing out that there is at least a little something to be said for the Foxcuckooland side of this question. As for instance, say a sayer were to say
|Loyalty, like Logic, has always had a certain standing with the traditional moralists of Old Europe. Not usually so lofty a standing that it becomes the ethical ace of trumps and takes every trick no matter what other cards are presented (which seems to be what Von Kantor and Hasbara House and Team Zhabotínsky [would] have in mind [if they thought their own selfservicin’ stuff through], but definitely SOME standing. And some INDEPENDENT standing, as well, for a solidarity that has not gone to Lady Logic and "asked for permission to be solid," as it were, is nevertheless a legitimate moral factor, for most of the dead Old Euro males of moralism. Kant would not allow it, but most of the rest of the DOEMM pack would.|
Though on the selfservative kiddies’ side (more or less), that tune can be counted on not to appeal to them, simply because of the way it is orchestrated and made to "sound like school."
To be sure, I have laid the Old School Sound on pretty thick to make my example.
Moreover, a few of the neocomradely señoritos are capable of noticin’ that I was not being one hundred percent straightforward in my exemplification, inasmuch as the Republican Party base an’ vile are not (I fear) really all that gung-ho for Loyalty.
When one relabels the Ethical Geometry textbook diagram for a pop quiz by calling loyalty ‘solidarity’, there has been, obviously, no change in substance. Nevertheless the flavor of the thing changes, especially for the Wingnut City or Wombschool Normal University palate. ‘Solidarity’ is for Union thugs -- everybooby knows that!
Speaking of pop quizzes, sir, here is one for you:
|When Jewish Statists do ‘solidarity’ or ‘loyalty’, the proper name for what they are doin’ is _____________|
If you can fill in *that* blank confidently (and with a common noun not starting in 'Z', please!), you are far ahead of me.
In any case, let me know what you think.