Scott, Thomas, 1947- : Since when, on a receipt of new more accurate information, has it become a crime to admit you were wrong on an issue? Dominion Post [ 5 October 2004].
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In a presidential election debate, Senator John Kerry and President George W. Bush argue about Kerry's changed opinion on the war in Iraq, and Bush's unchanged viewpoint, in light of new information received.
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