In ANH during Ben's conversation with Luke at the Casa de Kenobi, Ben says that Uncle Owen "didn't hold" with Luke's father's ideals. He goes on to say that "he thought he should have stayed here and not gotten involved." He later refers in Owen's words, ostensibly to the Clone Wars, as a "Crusade" I wonder how other's interpret this. Is Kenobi simply extending his Vader lie? Or did Owen have a conversation with him at some point where he expressed this? I know one obvious interpretation is that George Lucas in his reworking of the story through ESB and the PT just disregarded this, but I'm curious as to, aside from the very likely possibility, how other fans place this on the grid of canon. My personal belief is that Kenobi probably had several conversations with Owen during Luke's younger years and is inserting some of Owen's expressed opinions. I wonder what other takes on these pieces of dialogue are.