January 26, 2002
In the vitriolic parallel where fact and opinion ride shotgun, the latter tends to waver too much and multiply, often posing as the former. To the ideologue, fact is in the unwavered consistency of any segmented order of activities upon which the subjection to an interpretation of that reality becomes the opinion while those that are one in the same are either accepted, argued over regarding its source and substance, or rejected. It is in the midst of that mire that the ideologue sifts and ascertains into the invariable opinion in relation to natural reaction. Then there's good and evil.