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  •  Well true but here sudden-death tie-breaker comes (3+ / 0-)

    Into play here

    BTW, in such tie-breakers, military service of family members or friends are admissible evidence that one's ideas are worthy of consideration.
    Where said military service member has since turned against said war (or any war, for that matter), any statements from such service member are no longer deemed relevant, and thus inadmissible evidence in such proceedings.  
    •  absolutely (2+ / 0-)
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      Timothy J, Dirtandiron

      There's a sub-hierarchy here as well (Grandfather A's WWII experience trumps Grandfather B's Vietnam experience), but as you point out (in what should be known as The McGovern Rule) "to bomb" always trumps "not to bomb."

      Extra points for "sudden death."

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