I agree but would say it a little differently.... It is very worthwhile reading to see what we are up against, I don't really need to read theirs to know my argument is correct. I was listening to my daily (conservative) talk show on my way home from work the other day and someone was giving the host a lot of crap over him allowing a caller to spout some diatribe that was full of lies. The guy host came back with, "I want these people to be able to say these things so the whole country can see how out of touch and crazy they are in their thinking." This applies here, although there are a number of people that will buy into all of these "statistics". :eviltonguEuclidean said:Besides, if I don't examine my enemy's argument, how can I know that mine is correct?