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volitionx Donating Member (86 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Aug-09-05 12:09 PM
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57. Interesting Hypocrisy...
I think we should face all neocons and say, "ok, you now have NO right to change your mind on any issue, any time, for any reason, since apparently the discovery of new information or the products of analysis aren't allowed to change your stance on any issue....ASSHOLE!"

They're just getting desperate. Cindy was obviously grieving when she first met Bushmeister, and probably WANTED to believe that the fascist was a decent guy. That's what she needed at the time. But after she dealt with her grief for a while, she apparently saw him for what he IS--a heartless, sociopathic, corporate fascist.

There's nothing wrong with changing your mind. It's not a fucking crime, like, let's say, outing a CIA agent or waging an illegal war.

Interesting how Bushco:

1. OPPOSED the 9/11 commission, then acted like it was their idea...

2. OPPOSED the WMD intel. failure investigation, then acted like it was their idea...

3. OPPOSED the formation of the Dept. of Homeland Security, then acted like it was their idea...

4. OPPOSED nation-building, then engaged in nationbuilding...


I call that akin to FLIP-FLOPPING...
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