Difference between revisions of "Talk:Embraced deceit"

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(New page: If this is actually different than deceit, and if your liberal examples are all of embraced deceit, then maybe you should move them over here and admit that liberals don't uniquely practic...)
 
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If this is actually different than deceit, and if your liberal examples are all of embraced deceit, then maybe you should move them over here and admit that liberals don't uniquely practice deceit.  As you've conceded, there are some [[Richard Nixon|conservative examples]] of deceit, right?-'''<font color="#CC0000">α</font><font color="#A0A0A0">m</font><font color="#0099FF">ε</font><font color="#003399">σ</font>''' <small>[[User_talk:AmesG | (advocate)]]</small> 14:28, 8 March 2008 (EST)
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If this is actually different than deceit, and if your liberal examples are all of embraced deceit, then maybe you should move them over here and admit that liberals don't uniquely practice deceit.  As you've conceded, there are some [[Richard Nixon|conservative examples]] of deceit, right? In short, don't conflate the terms, and expect us to (1) ignore or (2) not notice it.-'''<font color="#CC0000">α</font><font color="#A0A0A0">m</font><font color="#0099FF">ε</font><font color="#003399">σ</font>''' <small>[[User_talk:AmesG | (advocate)]]</small> 14:28, 8 March 2008 (EST)

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If this is actually different than deceit, and if your liberal examples are all of embraced deceit, then maybe you should move them over here and admit that liberals don't uniquely practice deceit. As you've conceded, there are some conservative examples of deceit, right? In short, don't conflate the terms, and expect us to (1) ignore or (2) not notice it.-αmεσ (advocate) 14:28, 8 March 2008 (EST)