A derisive snort was the reply. “I find that rather hard to believe, Doctor. You think you know me so well. You think that you can trust me.”
“I can trust you. To be true to your own set of values. From a Cardassian point of view, it was the only decision you could have made. I don’t agree with it but I do understand.” The distinction was imperative.
“Perhaps then we’ll have to engage in a truly human response.”
A quizzical expression formed.
“We’ll agree to disagree.”