Michael Rectenwald responds to a CLG visitor who observes that we are "incredibly self dilluted"
Michael Rectenwald's reply --February 9, 2003:
The first and main solution is to remove this usurper from office. Everything that has been going wrong stems from his fraudulent, anti-democratic seizure of power. We recommend actions to oppose him and of course the better courses to take that are available. For example, right now we support the French-German initiated peaceful plan to avert war on Iraq--sending 100,000 peace-keeping troops and tripling the amount of inspectors to satisfy this insatiable propaganda machine and disprove their utter lies about Iraq. This war is for more than oil--it is for military contractors to get paid off, for control of the region, for control of the water, and for oil. But it is NOT about WMDs--99.9% of the weapons of mass destruction in the region are those of the US and the UK. The weapons are perched around Iraq, like the evidence in search of a crime.
Incidentally, I believe the word you were searching for in describing us was "self-deluded," rather than "self-diluted" (spelling corrected). Dilution usually refers to such things as liquid substances, whereas delusion, to mental states. Further, if we were "self-diluted," we would not be diluted at all, as an identity cannot dilute itself by adding itself to the 'mixture.'
You might want to check your English before making an ass of yourself in public, which you have just done.
Letter CLG received --February 9, 2003:
You people are so incredibly self dilluted [sic] that you sicken me. What is to say that Gore would not have responded to the situation in the exact same way. Why do you focus on issues that have little to do with anything that matters, and for arguments sake why do you insist on blaming our current president for mistakes that were going on long before he was actually in office. I'm not saying he's the perfect president ( I think he's a friggin' idiot), but please if you insist on rabble-rousing and generally disinforming people have some viable solutions to the problems you feel such a need to discuss. How about starting a trend towards responsible dissension instead of mudslinging and many things that are paramount to slander. Don't just talk about the problems that prove your point, talk about the problems that you have viable, real-world, probable solution to. Be responsible to the people you excite with your comments. Or you are no better than those you oppose.
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