I said the same thing yesterday, and like Dean, I thought the white house would come out blazing today but they did not. The evidence that they are fake (or at least re-written) is pretty strong, enough so that even most dubya haters would agree its fishy. So, why doesn't the White house join in the denial of their legitimacy?<br><br>Before another "You've got to be kidding me!" is typed this is just an observation about an extremely odd reaction by the white house this close to an election. It doesn't mean that dubya is hiding something, but it sure is strange as hell. <br>Wouldn't everyone agree to that?<br><br>
First your pull quotes of my posts out of context do not point to an elitist attitude. Elitists like to make ad hominem arguments or try to end a debate with some form of "Well, I'm smart, your stupid and you couldn't possibly understand my advanced thinking." None of my posts display that. Those quotes were me expressing incredulity at the counter-arguments then they ended with well reasoned arguments. So, I will never accuse liberals as elitist but I will accuse some liberals as elitists just like I'm apt to accuse some conservatives of being elitist.<br><br>Now onto my non-elitist response to the rest of your post.<br><br>"Was dubya or was dubya not suspended for failure to meet performance standards of the Air Force?" - Isn't this answered already? Isn't it an already in record that his flight status was suspended for not taking a required physical? What other type of "suspension" is in question?<br><br>"Why didn't he take the physical" - I think that was answered in a round about way and the answer need to be enhanced. I don't recall the current answer on record.<br><br>"y the white house is not categorically denying the charges put forth by the memo that is still being called true by CBS." - Again, just because CBS claims the memos are true the White House should respond? Or what you mean is that the White House is obligated to answer any question put to it? And, if it doesn't answer then you tend to believe the allegation the question may imply?<br><br><br>Dean Davis<br><br>-----<br>"I think it was the right decision to disarm Saddam Hussein. And when the president made the decision, I supported him, and I support the fact that we did disarm him." -- John Kerry (D) - May 3, 2003
Again your proposition is simply wrong! How many times do I have to demonstrate my obviously superior intellect a la Kahn from episode 22 of Star Trek:TOS. I guess at least one more time. So here we go...<br> I'm not a liar. I'm actually not speaking, I'm writing. So, I was temporarily rendered speechless in as much as I didn't speak for well up to 20 minutes after reading the post. Fortunately for the forum I was still able to type.<br><br><br>Dean Davis<br><br>-----<br>"I think it was the right decision to disarm Saddam Hussein. And when the president made the decision, I supported him, and I support the fact that we did disarm him." -- John Kerry (D) - May 3, 2003
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