2005/08/11

Editorial Discretion at Lethal Thought?!

Another day another deleted response at Lethal Thought. Jose Mendez, for those of you who don't know, has this annoying habit of deleting comments he doesn't like or comments that follow what he considers to be the final word in the debate (his word...obviously). Anyway, my response is below. The relevant part of his post is in italics.

Notice, hwever, where the anger of this liberal is placed, NOT on how 911 could have been prevented had it not been for liberal notions about immigrants and other such politically correct madness, rather at some perceived suggestion on my part that we do away with the Constitution!

To which, I replied:

Almost without exception, the Bill of Rights applies to citizens and non-citizens alike. So I would suggest that my so-called "Liberal Madness," is not nearly as pernicious as the conservative madness that states that, in order to provide safety, we need to sacrifice the very values that make this country great.

My post was geared more toward pointing out that you are no more interested in how 9/11 could have been prevented than the people you accuse. Since you've not once, but twice, failed to cast any blame on the military intelligence officials (likely a little more on the conservative side than the "liberal lawyers") your real intent, as it so often is, is merely to tar the left.

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"Since you've not once, but twice, failed to cast any blame on the military intelligence officials (likely a little more on the conservative side than the "liberal lawyers") your real intent, as it so often is, is merely to tar the left."

Actually, it appears political correctness of the Clinton admin and the Gorelick Wall contributed to the failure, while hard-working intelligence officials were near insubordination trying to warn us.

And it was all in the name of allegedly "protecting civil rights".
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