Kaunda has a fantastic, nuanced blog post responding to my attack on Blair and religious politicians.
Unfortunately he notes he's glad that I didn't enable a comment he made here on Composing. But, in fact, I had enabled it, I was just late.
After reading his post, I got rid of it, of course. But Kaunda shouldn't have worried. There was little wrong.
Personally, I think Goodwin's Law is abused almost as much as the word fascist. Sure, accusations of Nazism and fascism are often rhetorical flourishes signifying little other than dislike. Over-use can be called out as lame or exagerated. But you shouldn't get hung-up on the occasional rhetorical misfire.
If you want to know what Kaunda really thinks, go read his post.