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No, I’m Not Corrupt, but It’s a Fair Question

lee362 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 7:52 AM
Having faced this "motivation" argument many times in my career, I suggest that you tell your critic that, to be even-handed, he must also discount speakers from all organizations receiving big money from George Soros (climate change orgs, Media Matters, social justice and democracy orgs). Since none of us are mind-readers, speculation about motivations can never be shown to be true or false. None of us should fret about what motivates our opposition. We simply need to attend to the facts and arguments being presented.

I get criticized all the time, usually because of my support for limited government (though sometimes because people think I’m not sufficiently radical).

Sometimes I even get attacked because I cite someone else’s work, as happened when a bunch of Keynesians went after me for posting some data on Reaganomics vs. Obamanomics put together by Richard Rahn.

Just last week, though, I was attacked from a completely different perspective. Some guy named Stan Sewitch, in an article for the San Diego Daily...