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Daniel and Dallas

Jul 27, 2006 02:33 PM
by robert_b_macd

I hope that I am not the only one who understands that Dallas has been
dragged into a fight that he has not asked for:
Daniel has baited Dallas into commenting on an historical matter by
again first trying to deceive readers through lack of context.  Rather
than demonstrate to readers why Dallas is wrong in his analysis, Daniel
might demonstrate some courage and present his own convictions to the
readers.  It is rather cowardly sitting in the weeds constantly floating
decoys and then blasting anyone who cares to investigate.  Clever but

Perhaps some of the members of this forum might want to join me in
asking Daniel to point his shotgun elsewhere and allow Dallas to focus
on what he does best, presenting us with philosophical material to
inspire us to think.

In fact I would happily stand in Dallas' place.  Crosbie changed his
mind over time.  Tingley was the leader, she had a vision that she
wanted to implement, Crosbie came to disagree with that vision and her
manner of implementing it.  This caused him to reassess the reasons he
had for considering her Judge's successor.  With hindsight he believed
he had made a mistake.  Whether he did or not we shall never know.  The

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