>From: "J. R. Molloy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Isn't a mixture of conjecture, anti-Americanism, and urban
>(global) myth sufficiently close to blithering idiocy to justify
>the attack on this idiotic opponent's character rather than by an
>answer to the contentions made? I mean, in this case, it's not so
>much a question of ad hominem as it is a matter of accurately
>calling a spade a spade (or of identifying a blithering idiot as
>a blithering idiot).
And as Harvey has already pointed out, Ad Hominem attacks are
prohibited by list rules.
I do not agree with Samantha on this matter but she is very
intelligent, a valuable list member, and in no way resembles a
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