Leaving aside the distinction between a comparison and an analogy, which seems to have eluded the writer–not to mention the truly “over the top” interpretation suddenly being applied to an oft-used quotation–we wonder just how sincere HuffPo’s disapproval of Beck’s scandalous statement really is. Because we’ve seen that same quote used by HuffPo scribes, and more than once–which must mean that they too were making “comparisons” to Jews during the Holocaust. Right? HuffPo’s Coleen Rowley writes about trespassers who disrupted a Republican convention, and approvingly quotes the defense attorney using–what else?–“First they came for…” She must have been comparing the trespassers to Jews during the Holocaust. And there’s more…