Fact: Words like "could" are supposition and don't imply fact

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  1. thermodynamic Suspended

    thermodynamic

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    upload_2016-9-8_12-58-27.png

    Now the deregulation-driven policies might help $443B go into their pockets, which is all that they care about when it comes to the US or any other economy, since a private company in an economy only cares about how much it profits within it and not about any economy in general (unless it has something to gain from and at the expense of everyone living in it).
     
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    If we had bacon, we could have bacon and eggs, if we had eggs.
     
  4. samcraig macrumors P6

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    Yeah - but it's a gray area.

    Webster (for example) defines fact as "a true piece of information"

    So that graphic does illustrate something that has truth. The question becomes what threshold of truth.
     

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