>Godwin's Law states that as the length of any USENET discussion thread,
>and the number of parties participating in that thread, grows, the
>probability that one party will mention Hitler or Nazis appraoches one. A
>corollary to Godwin's Law says that no matter what the argument is about,
>or who has produced the better argument, whoever mentions Hitler or Nazis
>is automagically wrong.
How does the recent "Political Twilight Zone" post fit this model?