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There is proof of that, even as I think Obama is right about some of the counterproductiveness.
GORDON SMITH (R), OREGON: The counterproductiveness of MoveOn. org had the effort of freezing all of my colleagues.
(For me, it's enough that it's wrong; but I mention the counterproductiveness as an extra incentive.)
Even worse than the counterproductiveness of singling out and elevating the taunts and "cat and mouse" games of "anarchists" among all potential acts of violence that have occurred and could in the future happen at a National Security Special Event, the Heffelfinger-Luger report omitted to explain that authorities went one step further and built on the profile by data-mining and creating "Social Network Analysis (SNA)" charts from data gathered from the public websites of the 100-some some other peace and social-justice groups that were participating in events surrounding the RNC.
(For me, it’s enough that it’s wrong; but I mention the counterproductiveness as an extra incentive.)
For me, it’s enough that it’s wrong; but I mention the counterproductiveness as an extra incentive.
There’s a ton we still don’t know, and we should be careful about confusing hypotheses and conclusions, but if we’re willing to countenance aerial drone strikes against al-Qaeda targets — and concerns about counterproductiveness don’t take away from the fundamental question of permissibility; they address the wisdom of the strikes — then it’s hard to see how shooting someone is morally inferior.