Calling the Tea Kettle Black
First of all, I am neither a McCain or Obama supporter. But I am bothered by tulcak's comment made on the "Why McCain Wouldn't Be Bush III (Sorry, Barack)" opinion. tulcak said:
"oh come on Romano... it is so OBVIOUS where your political views lie... mcSame has supported 95% of bush's policies... THIS ISN'T THE SAME? how can you legitimately make your argument."
I don't know about the rest of you, but, to me, it's obvious that ANYONE can legitimately make the "McCain and Bush are not the same" argument based on tulcak's data. Technically, having 95% of another thing's property makes it very similar at best. For something to be the same as something else, the two things have to share 100% of the common traits. It seems quite obvious that tulcak, itself, can't make a legitimate argument.
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