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in response to reader comment: Saddam had WMDs

Submitted by JustMe (United States), Mar 12, 2006 at 02:04

I'm just a simple layman. But I didn't have to go but to one website to show how wrong this guy is. Which website? His own website. Here's the quote:

"I calculate that, out of 418 Labour members of the Commons, there are just six who have held to true principles. They are: Tony Benn, Jeremy Corbyn, Tam Dalyell, George Galloway, Alice Mahon and John McDonnell."

Now I may not be a rocket engineer, but did Mr. Pilger just say George Galloway has principles? Okay. Somehow I'm not impressed with a guy who has such a brilliant resume and can come up with that opinion. Even I know Mr. Galloway was on the take in a big way. How can Pilger have such esteem for him? He must be letting his political views taint his logic. Please quote somebody who is not so one sided in their opinions.

1- just in the middle of the argument remember that you can't be right all the time,as well as the other side can't be wrong all the time.
2- As much as you can be proud of knowing you are right,don't be ashamed to admit it when you are wrong".that goes for both sides.


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