Re: What Are the Race Deniers Denying?
Gregory Taylor (email@example.com)
20 Nov 1996 11:53:21 -0600
Bob Whitaker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I already answered previous clones on this point. I don't know
>anybody who belongs to the National Alliance. So what?
>Why this McCarthyite kick, anyway?
I can't speak for everyone here, but some of us may be asking you
about your possible ties with the National Alliance (let's see - if
my Plausibledeniabilityspeak is still working properly, not claiming
to "know* anybody who belongs to the National Alliance is not, strictly
speaking, an answer to the question - it merely says something about
your acquaintances - without defining what you might mean by acquaintance.
The proper end-all answer would be "I am not nor have I ever been a
either a member of or in the employ of the National Alliance." Being an
ex-Capital Hill guy as you claim, I'd think you'd know that.) because
we're a trifle curious about just what sort of folks in DeeCee *would*
put you on a payroll. My guess is that you were either working on the
Hill in in the days before your Rant-O-Meter got pinned on the redline,
or that you were "in drag" as something other than a lunatic racist, *or*
that you were drawing a paycheck from someone like, say, Willis Carto
(which *would* go some distance toward explaining how quickly you came up
with that line about being "A Nazi Who Wants to etc. etc. etc." which no
one has ever been shown to have accused you of. Perhaps our curiousity
has been picqued by the growing suspicion that you are, in fact, actually
*incapable* of handing simple tasks like stating your positions clearly and
defending them with cogently marshalled evidence. If that's the case, then
we're all left wondering who on earth would want to hire a "researcher"
who demonstrates your evident lack of cognitive skills.
Hope this helps clear things up for you.
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or to their surprise, and sometimes to their disgust.(R. Hughes) Gregory Taylor
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