And the responses can also not be refuted except through appeal to emotion. Seed post # 39. Which is probably why they are repeated and expected.
You can't prove any of that. it's speculation. Objection.
The right to due process under the law as an American citizen. Which NOW, AFTER the fact, can be stripped on the whims of govt. by label of terrorism. How ever they decide to define that term. See NDAA 2012.
We are at war with an idea. Good luck winning a war of ideas with bombs and guns. It's working out stunningly well over the last 12 years.
The only way to refute this is through emotional appeal?
I seem to be on the wrong side of this argument, and I have not made one emotional plea (At least I do not think I have). I was going with the more pragmatic approach of waiting for the facts instead of rushing to judgement, with speculation.
My point all along has been if the administration has done something wrong, they should be held accountable, until then I will reserve the right to pass judgement. Put pressure on them to come clean. But I feel these threads are passing judgement with out waiting for all the facts. Which is fine too, you have the right, just please dont hide behind semantics. (my second to last post was not directed at you joker, it was an in general "you", someone or anyone, not you per se. Disappoints me that you could not see that, and some how rip me for misquoting you, come on now).
I feel what these threads do, is exactly what I complain about the Democrats doing, parading out a victim/s, which is in itself an emotional appeal. I feel to tell me to ask a dead person a question implies that I am not right on this issue. Ya, know, because he is dead and can't answer the question. Please explain how I am wrong with this interpretation?