Mike Lorrey wrote
> Lee Corbin wrote:
>> Sean Kenny and Zero Powers evidently believe that a
>> certain "Mr Lorry" posted the Fred Reed essay, and
>> at least one of them "plonked" someone over a year
>> Now for their information, our frequent poster Mike
>> Lorrey did *not* post that piece. It was J.R. Molloy
>> who did so. Can we at least try to keep people here
>> straight?; It might be easier without so much loud
>> and boastful "plonking" by so many parties.
> I don't know if they were plonking me for that, just for my own comment
> of 'a few food stamps and a bottle of ripple', being the current value
> of '40 acres and a mule'.
Yes, I think that I was wrong about that. It didn't and
wouldn't occur to me that someone would get plonked for a
one-liner; I just assumed (silly of me) that they were
referring to the extraordinarily provocative post by
J.R. Molloy that started this most sensitive of
> I found it interesting that they were so assiduous in excising
> the rest of my message, and eliminating all context under which
> I was replying. Typical liberal tactic.
You are speaking carefully here? You contend that people
from one side of the political spectrum are more likely
to do this? (Seriously asking, here.)
> Anyone who read the rest of my message, or ANY of my other messages
> on this topic, could plainly see that I am most assuredly NOT racist.
Not necessarily! It all depends on what is meant by "racist".
To many, it is racist just to not be appalled by Fred Reed's
essay. It's even possible that I'll come to agree with that
meaning, at least to some degree; but as yet, I harbor a deep
sympathy for anyone speaking "unspeakable" truths, or even
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