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(Quote = “sdnativeson”: If you need to bad mouth Bush just do it and try to do it in a relevant manner. /Quote)
(Quote – “sdnativeson”: IMHO it exhibits complete bias, one side of the coin and all that. There is an implied opinion that the Clinton/Gore government is a paragon of governmental leadership and is beyond critcism. /Quote)
Typical talk-radio-conservative crap. Slam others for precisely what you’re doing – insist that they’re the ones with the problem as a way to distract attention from your own activities.
Example: The phrase “Leftwing Media Bias” Conservatives seem to believe that any information that runs contrary to their talking points is inherently biased. Well, duh!
I have a saying that many years of engineering work has taught me. “There are glass-half-full people and glass-half-empty people. Some of these people will argue about who’s more correct. The only correct answer to that question is BOTH. Anyone arguing that their tiny part of the big picture is an adequate explanation for the entire picture is almost always already fooled and is trying to convince others to share in their foolishness.”
I don’t suggest that anyone has all the answers, and don’t see where I’ve put words in anyone else’s mouth to that effect. SDN, can you please have the common decently not to put those words in my mouth, or anyone else’s for that matter?