Wednesday, June 28, 2006
A conspiracy so vast...
He used RFK Jr's reporting to support his claim that the Ohio election was "stolen".
The link I provided not only deconstructs in a three part series that the RFK Jr. nonsense is nonsensical, but also seems to have fun doing it.
It's not surprising that you don't ever believe anything the "Right" has to say. But it's always amusing when your own wingnuts delegitimize your obscure findings... and then you cry about it.
It's not your ideas. I have friends and relatives who are lots wronger than you. They're just not juvenile, arrogant and narcisstic.
I read the post you reference long, long ago. Maybe when you figure out how to form a link, you'll actually be able to connect to it.
But this thread is about the Brennan Center Report. That report says that a single person could alter an election. The Washington Post headline read A single person could swing an election
If you want to discuss the Brennan Report, you may. If you're here to harass or disrupt, you'll find my patience isn't infinite.
I wrote a very long, nuanced piece, weighing what Manjoo said and weighing what RFK said. I found faults in both, but the faults in Manjoo are huge.
Now Mark Blumenthal has other criticisms of the RFK article. The overlap between my article and Blumenthal's is negligible. John hasn't read or understood anything. He's just flinging feces.
However, the post began with references to the RFK Jr. article. All I did was point out that it was disregarded quickly by a prestigous writer who hails from your side of the "aisle". It was disregarded by others as well but it would do me no good to point out things from sources you already believe to be suspect.
Aside from that, Charles, you are mean. It pains me to know of your faith and know of you. You might think about at least pretending to be polite. It is quite possible that you are diminishing what it means to be a Christian by being a jerk at the same time. You might consider the possibility that written words are just that. And what I've written could be perceived in speech as humorous or many other things that would not make me out to be the ass that you think I am. Correct me if I'm wrong. I know very well that you will.
Mark Blumenthal as "prestigious" ... it is to laugh. As for him being on my "side of the aisle," well... the people who admire him are Instapundit, Andrew Sullivan, The Note, and Mickey Kaus.
The Brennan Center Report blew a huge hole in the defensive breastworks of those who want to claim that elections can't be stolen. This is a watershed moment.
I can't believe you've put up with me for this long, especially since I am a repeat offender.
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