drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
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drieuxster

Should True Believers Be Held To The Same Moral Standard?

Oh dear, it appears that brad deLong has Gone Bonkers
The Blog | Murray Waas: Favoritism Towards Wolfowitz Girl Friend | The Huffington Post: Wolfowitz, who as Deputy Secretary of Defense was considered an architect of the U.S. war with Iraq, disclosed to bank board members that he had a romantic relationship with a senior bank communications officer, Shaha Riza, shortly after he was nominated to head the World Bank. Bank regulations disallow bank employees from supervising spouses or romantic partners, but Wolfowitz reportedly attempted to circumvent the rules so he would be able to continue to work with Riza. Informed by the bank's ethics officers that that would not be allowable, the problem appeared solved when Riza was detailed to work at the State Department's public diplomacy office in September 2005--even though her salary was still to be paid by the World Bank.
[ cf Why Does Paul Wolfowitz Still Have a Job? ]
I Mean, Get REAL....

Why should anyone hold a true beleiver to the same moral standards as one would say an Evil Liberal!!!!

Especially in a time of Transferring The Tax Liabilities Unto The Unborn!!!

Besides, if you read the whole article, there is NOT ONE PLACE where Brad DeLong references that Wolfowitz has become Kafir, or apostate, and given up his Devotion To The Divinity Of Dubya, and as such, he remains basking in the Glow Of The Divine Light Of Dubya as a One True Believer!!!

Thus if he has been once saved, and always saved, it is not as if Mere Heathenists should attempt to raise up the Mere Laws Of Man against the Divine Knowledge Of The Divine Will!!!

Oh these Economists and their Stick In The Mud approach to mere factualisms....
Tags: bong_hitz_4_jesus, religion, war
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