Originally Posted by PKFFW
I'm stating that the mere fact that you believe the decision making process should be based on that information is an assertion by you that this is the "right" way to make decisions. Or the "right" information on which to base decisions.
Ergo, you begin the very decision making process itself with a determination of what you think is "right".
Exactly, you will make a decision based on what you believe to be the "right" thing to do at the time. Which was exactly my point.
Use whatever hacky reasoning you feel like. Just admit that when you made the decision you made that decision based on what you believed to be the right thing to do. And at the time the decision was made it was a perfectly acceptable way to make the decision.
Quoted for truth, right and the American Way!