Originally Posted by Whatfur
Sorry, your response is right up there with Zeke's. In arenas as important as this I would certainly want to look at the current situation particulars and not add to the opaqeness by calling into question the credibility of someone based on an opinion that was hardly unique at the time.
So Gerecht is more credible now because he's more unique? To whom do smaller voices speak louder? And are you conceding that Gerecht advocated intensely for a war with a conviction not based on rational introspection or evidence seeking, but rather hive-mind and group think? And does that not end his credibility anyhow? Rhetorical question?