- Jan 4, 2009
He is welcome to share his opinions, using the position of owning all the facts just places his arguments under scrutiny. As someone who also claims that facts don't care about "feelings", he has gotten emotional to the point that he has walked out of interviews and rampaged on twitter that he is a victim.So... your opinion is, because he says 'facts don't care about your feelings' he shouldn't express his opinions
I'm not hating on the guy, I am just questioning why the "facts don't care about your feelings" catch phrase is so popular when he doesn't even apply it properly.
Edit: It is like an ANC politician claiming "Equality for all" when we know that not everyone has equal opportunities through that politician's own policies