Comment: To Be or not To Be

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To Be or not To Be

Administration mouthpieces (of all parties) are very careful to avoid the use of definitive words and especially the present tense of the verb "to be".
She slipped and said "...our position IS (oops!) has always been..." To say one's position "has always been" is drastically different than saying "our position is".

This is a great video and worth watching in its entirety.

"Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms."
Ron Paul

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