Many of your e-mails focused on the segment about Amnesty International, which described Guantanamo Bay as a "gulag." Some excerpts:
Don Anderson, Thailand: "If Amnesty had its way, American soldiers would have to read the enemy Miranda rights."
Hal Crow, Los Altos, CA: "The U.S. is wrong in torturing prisoners, regardless of your strident arguments in favor of the military, Bill. Amnesty International is a fine organization."
Sgt. R. Scott, Kaneohe Bay, HI: "Bill, in November my platoon was in Fallujah and had to kill a man dressed in ordinary clothes who would not stop when ordered to do so. When we searched his body we found live explosives ready to be detonated. If we would have hesitated and read him his rights, we would not be alive today."
Jake Quilty-Dunn, Marshfield, MA: "Mr. O'Reilly, I am a member of my high school's Amnesty club and am bothered by your claim that Amnesty International is a left-wing group. There is nothing liberal about fighting against torture and imperialism."
Al Rodriguez, Las Vegas, NV: "How ironic that Amnesty International is criticizing Guantanamo. If they really want to see a gulag, all they have to do is look over the fence and check out Cuba."