Discussion in 'Current Events' started by dmp, Jun 25, 2004.
I don't see what's similar.
In the first paragraph he was talking about Saddam being bad for his own country (which we knew for a long time before 1993) and in the second paragraph he was talking about how Saddam was no threat to this country (which for right now, it appears that way).
So where is the contradiction? I think he was talking about two different things. Please explain.
NO. Learn to read.
In the first part, he's saying how we're working rightfully to change saddam's regime.
In the next one he's pretending like he never held such an opinion and that bush was wrong in doing it, and lied about it.
So the contradiction is: Gore accuses Bush of lying and manipulating, though Gore HAD supported regime change himself, as evidence by the first quote from 93. see?
How about you learn not to be so rude?
I was just asking what the contradiction was. Obviously, interpretation is key, not reading.
I now see the contradiction now, but next time don't be such an ass about it! I'm so not in the mood today.
I'm sorry. I just want you to be your best. That's why your mother and I are so hard on you.
Thanks!! I don't know why I'm in such a bad mood other than my ongoing headache....
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