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03 August 2004

Why a possibly honest president is not good enough

From Winston Smith of Philosoraptor, another of his meticulously argued conclusions about matters of immediate concern, in this case the charges against the Bush administration of "dog-wagging".
"The left tends to assert that we can be certain that this administration is dishonest. True believers on the right sometimes go so far as to argue that the administration is exceptionally honest, but a claim so preposterous as that does not warrant serious discussion. The more sensible on the right have usually settled for arguing that we don’t know for sure that the administration is dishonest—for example, it is often argued (falsely) that Bush never really lied about Iraq, or that he did not really say specifically that Iraq was an 'immanent threat'.”

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