Gentlemen, I agree that the characterization having to do with lying is insulting and potentially harmful. That is why I have often ducked the subject in the past. But that, itself, was a form of dishonesty. We are all of us hostage to the ill-effects of lying here, of corruption, of rampant swindling in commerce, of military secrecy to protect careers rather than national security. I don't believe we can deal effectively with the end-products of lying, without actually relating to lying itself. This, if nothing else, was my honest opinion.
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