Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Trademark Moral Equivalence argument

Yet another attempt at moral equivalence in the Schiavo situation. This time around from Republic columnist EJ Montini. I rarely agree with him, though I will say he does force me to think. But this time around I'm not buying.

I only wish he'd put this 'graph at the beginning so I'd have known I'd be better off ignoring everything else.

The purity of their[the Bush administration] motives might be less in question if they'd said the same thing in March 2003, when diplomats asked the United States to wait 45 more days before invading Iraq. They asked that we explore every avenue before starting a war that would take thousands of lives. The president and his partners in Congress said no.

My dogs are smarter...

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