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Not Ad Hominem

Reader comment on item: Pakistan and Saudi Arabia: On Whose Side?

Submitted by Ben Shniper (United States), Jul 29, 2005 at 16:51

Daniel, don't listen to anyone calling it "ad hominem". You were in a discussion with an advocate for terrorism. Your pointing out his previous contradictory statements which show him for the terrorist apologist he was were both appropriate and necessary.

Sometimes you have to point out what Arab liars said to show they are liars. And when their integrity is the issue, previous untruths are needed to show it. We need more truth tellers like you to help fight for truth. This is what Churchill called bravery.

-Ben
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