Found this in doing research for the previous post; Alan Keyes defending Rep. Tom Coburn's whining about the movie Schindler's List being shown on TV:
When a film of great merit like Schindler's List is made to bow before the standards of public decency, its merits argue forcefully for the idea that there are some lines of human decency that we simply may not cross, no matter how plausible the motivation.
How the right has changed in these last few years.
(Note: Though Keyes was on the wrong side in the Schindler's List case, he decried his fellow conservatives' attitudes toward the torture at Abu Ghraib. Credit where credit's due.)