Re: CONC Re: Sorry (in retrospect)

From: Miriam English (
Date: Thu Jul 12 2001 - 21:27:50 MDT

At 02:27 PM 12/07/2001 -0700, Michael M. Butler wrote:
>"J. R. Molloy" wrote:
> >
> > > ...arguing that revealing who was responsible
> > > really would have been the right thing to do.)
> > >
> > > Lee
> >
> > Quite so, for it would also have eliminated the suspicion (that some list
> > participants may have harbored) that there was actually no culprit to lynch
> > because the incident was contrived. I'm not saying it was contrived,
> > understand, just that revealing the identity of the accused would have
> > deflated any suspicion that it was.

Wow! This is a bit pitiful.
Propagating the suspicion that was contrived is a sad comment on you guys.
I would have thought it a bit beneath you.
Sounds like McCarthy wanting people to allay suspicion of imaginary
wrong-doings by making public declarations and incriminating others.

Q. What is the similarity between an elephant and a grape?
A. They are both purple... except for the elephant.
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