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“I can answer that with a counter-question: Why would he want the controversy to end?”
“The counter-question becomes “what have you decided is happening in the world up to and during the campaign?””
“Mama coo – in answer to your question: "How does one determine that votes for Hillary are just because Rush told them to vote but votes for Obam are because he's so wonderful," I have a counter-question for you: How many of those Republicans voting for Hillary (slightly over 5% of the total vote in this primary) do you suppose plan to vote for her in the spring over McCain?”
“We have seen how religion arouses suspicion among the development establishment; but, if there has to be a question about whether religion is to be trusted in this context, there is a counter-question about how that establishment itself secures trust among those with whom it works.”
“A counter-question, if I may: with the expectation that the residents of a children's virtual world are in fact minors under the law, what is the virtual world's responsibility for helping minors understand the terms of the EULA and act upon them?”
“I have a counter-question: At what point did the government become responsible to hold our hands for every dark moment in life?”
“Would the warning have availed?" was the counter-question.”
“Mann raised the issue of the origin of posts, which raises a counter-question:”
“We are still living with the echoes of that counter-question, and it is right and inevitable that we are.”
“It has come to stay, as far as the household of Europe is concerned; but first it equips those who want to question whether the household is all that there is and whether its authority is beyond challenge; and then it has to face the counter-question about its own truthfulness and integrity or legitimacy that this general scepticism generates.”
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