Re: Heston's speech

From: Chris Russo (
Date: Wed Feb 21 2001 - 19:07:12 MST

At 14:08 -0800 2/21/01, Neal Blaikie wrote:
>Brian D Williams wrote:
> > Giving the other side a taste of their own medicine, bet they don't
> > like it much....
>Hey, Brian, can you define what you mean by "other side"? And why this
>obsession with sides? How does this fit in with "onward and upward"? I
>see conflicting viewpoints being embraced here.

Neal, from your comments so far on this lists, it seems that you
consistently ally yourself not only with liberal ideas, but with
liberal partisanship.

I mean give me a break, you said on this list, "As far as I'm
concerned, we don't have a president." You've already chosen sides,
you just don't admit it.

Ironically, I think that your criticism mostly stems from the fact
that Brian is poking a jab at "your side".


Chris Russo

"If anyone can show me, and prove to me, that I am wrong in thought 
or deed, I will gladly change.  I seek the truth, which never yet 
hurt anybody.  It is only persistence in self-delusion and ignorance 
which does harm."
              -- Marcus Aurelius, MEDITATIONS, VI, 21

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