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>Date: Tue, 09 Jan 2001 10:41:10 -0500
>From: "Michael S. Lorrey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: Extremism
>"Michael S. Lorrey" wrote:
>> Joe Dees wrote:
>> > You have accused me of being both an ignorant and clueless dupe
>> > and a malevolent and duplicitous shill, even though those two
>> > categories are mutually exclusive - just like extremists do to any
>> > who do not agree with them in every particular. You have been
>> > sneering, snide, smug, supercilious, contemptuous, dismissive, and
>> > generally self-righteous and absolutistically and unreflectively
>> > self-certain towards both me and my positions - just like
>> > extremists would be.
>> > You and the droogies that I named engaged in a pack assault upon me
>> > when I had the temerity and gall to challenge your totalitarian
>> > thought-hegemony enforcement on this list - just like a herd of
>> > extremist sheeple would - resulting in the list consensus decision
>> > that you create another list within which to proselytize and
>> > propagandize each other, and mutually sing to the approving choir.
>> > The shoe fits, and whether or not you have the prerequisite
>> > honesty and integrity to admit it to yourself or others, you have
>> > been styling it, until the exi-freedom banishment, for some time
>> > now.
>> I hope at least you seek help with your pathological lying.
>Oh, and Joe, you still haven't told us if you are related to Donna
>Dees-Thomases. Are you related to the founder of the million mom march?
>C'mon, its not so hard to tell the truth...
I have said this on list before, but I guess you missed it; as far as I know, we are not related. You, however, are obviously paranoid and looking for plots and schemes, as most extremists are wont to do. I am neither a clueless dupe nor a malevolent shill, the only two categories extremists seem to possess with which to thoughtlessly pigeonhole people who refuse to be their cognitive clones, just a vocal moderate. That's the truth - try it on for size.
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