[eDebate] korcok's debate "credibility"

Jake Stromboli infracaninophile
Fri Jul 7 17:43:34 CDT 2006

look, i don't care about the ad homs and the mischaracterizations of other 
peoples' arguments, etc.

please, explain how the neoconservative radicalism emobodied in the cheney 
doctrine actually promotes public policy debate.  ross made that argument 
via the 1% doctrine and you declined to answer as you have on every single 
occassion so far when i have questioned you.

tryhere are many examples like "with us or against us", demeaning comments 
toward debate societies, misinformation deliberate or incompetent, executive 
secrecy and executive power consolidation.

you signed the rove petition about WMD deception and the need for open 
debate in a democracy but now as things get worse and more and more lies 
come forward you seem to be sliding into the anti-debate/ win at all 
costs/political trickery camp.   you claim to be an independent but you are 
more republican than arlen specter, ron paul or walter jones.

do you think your analytical stretches mean much to the majority evangelical 
christians who side with you?   i think they just need fox news hype and 
that these pro-republican forces demonstrate that the bush administration 
has moved us further away from public debating than any administration in 
history.   if korcok's evangelical christians needed his analysis to justify 
destroying the constitution and public debate, cheney and co. would be in 
deep trouble.   it's much simpler than that korcok.   political deception 
and manipulation work well during war time so the republicans started a war 
that has frustrated any meaningful public debate.    your 1% doctrine is a 
tool for proliferating mass fear and a kneejerk society constantly 
quickfixing core failures headed down a bad road.

if you can't defend the administration on debate, why not just quit your 
coaching job and work in the executive branch against public debate.

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