Comment: Generally speaking, I say err on the side of truth.

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Generally speaking, I say err on the side of truth.

What I mean is, if speaking the truth in an empire of lies is treachery, then speak the truth. I know there may be times when speaking the truth may be political suicide, like saying "rogue elements at the highest levels of our government are behind the tragedy of 911," etc., etc., but this is not such a time. If the enemies say that former felons should never have their rights restored, then they are exposed as a godless person who doesn't believe that a man can change or make restitution for his misdeeds. That is a sick philosophy and should be exposed in a debate. I'm sure Rand can articulate this position well.

Indeed, ammo for enemies it may be, but the truth of a two-edged sharp sword is a powerful weapon by itself. I say use it.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford