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  •  No...we should never accept that. (0+ / 0-)

    That is the worst thing in the world to accept. That someone else's lies are the equal to another persons truth.

    No, they do not have truth and facts. They have lies and falsehoods. It isnt our truth. It is THE TRUTH.

    So no, people on the left should not accept that Obama was born in Kenya and leave it at that. It isn't true. It is a lie. People believing in lies does not make them true. It makes them delusional.

    •  you're really not getting it, are you? (0+ / 0-)

      the "they" to whom you refer think and say EXACTLY the same things you're saying.

      they think you, me... we are delusional, easily lied to, ignorant.

      "they" think they have the facts and the truth and we cling to our lies and falsehoods.

      until we break this cycle and learn how to really communicate with each other, it'll continue being hatfield and mccoys.

      •  I know that. (0+ / 0-)

        What I'm pointing out to you is that THEY ARE FUCKING WRONG.

        LOL....(smh i even have to debate this.)

        I already know they believe a bunch of lies. That does not make me validate them.

        Let me put it like this: If you believe in lies, spread them, are not equal to person who believes in truth and facts. Lies do not equal truth. So just as much as they could say that I'm lying, does not make me equal to them. Period.
        If they think the same thing, it is irrellevant because lies, truth, facts, and reality will ALWAYS, over the long run, defeat falsehoods and lies.

        So yes, I know that some people go to their graves believing that Obama was born in Kenya. Fuck them. They're fucking wrong and the proof is clear.

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