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Re: War - A Grave Loss for Humanity
« Reply #30 on: February 05, 2007, 03:38:25 PM »
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Well, it would at least have the advantage of achieving symmetry with your view that Bush didn't lie because you don't want him to have lied.

There is that, too.

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Re: War - A Grave Loss for Humanity
« Reply #31 on: February 05, 2007, 03:43:57 PM »
<<I think simply stating that you believe Bush lied because you want him to have lied should suffice. >>

Well, it would at least have the advantage of achieving symmetry with your view that Bush didn't lie because you don't want him to have lied.

Actually that falls more into the line of Bush didn't lie, because the overwhelming evidence demonstrates such.  However I personally do concede a disposition of giving him the benefit of the doubt, since to believe as you and like minds do, requires one to believe he really is as evil as evil can be defined.  It also helps to have a mountain of evidence and facts to the contrary of your molehill of acusatory innuendo and selective facts in claiming how he did <lie>
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