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Wednesday, 2004-10-13

bush: not human

A primary concern with the current administration, and in particular Bush, is its inability to admit fault. When Nader, Kerry and Bush were asked a particular question at the New Voters Project:

When is it appropriate for a leader to change their opinion? Both sides have been accused of flip-flopping on important issues - President Bush on establishing the Dept. of Homeland Security and steel tariffs, Senator Kerry on the Iraq war. But changing opinion due to thoughtful reconsideration ought not to be derided as flip-flopping. Tell us about a time when you had an honest change of opinion on a topic of national importance.

...only one of the three didn't dignify the question with a response. Take a stab at who. (I'll give you a hint. He's not human.)


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