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No doubt about your example. But if you are saying the statement "there is no dry water" is as equally factual as the statement "no one we label as a 'founding father' was a Christian", well then, my statement still applies. People and their inner presuppositions are not so nearly open to you as your swimming pool. Furthermore, the very definition of 'dry' carries the idea of an absence of liquid water. Thus, the statement about water is nothing more than a tautology.

Is the statement 'no founding father was Christian' a tautology?

You are a hoot!