You can call it fence sitting. I think of it as recognizing that the world isn't just black and white. Every issue has 2 sides, and it's not a given that one side is wrong and the other right. Good people sometimes do bad things, and bad people can even do good things once in a while. It's called being open-minded. It's called being willing to evaluate a situation and form an opinion without polarization. It allows me to take varied but considered positions on different issues. And more important than saying "I was right...", it allows me to say "Maybe I was wrong."<br><br>Best of all, up on that fence, you get a little better view.<br><br><br>BA-A-A-A-A-A-A-A-A...<br><br>
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