- Feb 2, 2009
Sometimes, an exploration of “both sides” lends itself to a dangerously misleading false equivalency between good and evil. It is a dishonest cudgel against those who have decided to take a firm stance against hate. I don’t care about “both sides.”
Every true believer thinks they are on the right side of God/history/morality etc.
This is why rational, good-faith debate is the real proving ground for ideas, and that requires more than a single perspective.