Umm. He doesn't have to say his ideas out loud. I dunno. My idea of
morals is less developed than yours. A "nice boy"? The chain of
causality only goes so far, in legal terms, but, for me, the man has
blood on his hands, even if only vicarously, as one of the architects
of the philosophy behind the war on Iraq.
The "Heidegger" of Neocon political thought?
I suppose the best defense - what was that phrase? deniability? Yes.
Deniability. Just speak the words, don't sign the documents.
Plausible deniability. He has it spades.
On 10/1/05, Dominic Fox <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hmmm. But he's kind of an ideas guy, isn't he? It's not a crime to
> have bad ideas. I mean, nobody *has* to listen to them.
> I'm just not sure he belongs with torture-ratifying toads like
> Rumsfeld, or grannie-robbing fraudsters like Ken Lay.
> I mean, I'm willing to be persuaded either way. But he seems to me
> like a nice boy, bit too sure of his own brains, fallen in with a bad