Stephen Beecroft wrote:
> > I think there's been enough exposure to reports from two
> > respected reports now to support my claim that the tests were
> > a failure. You're free to disagree, but I'm going to drop it.
> > If you want a last word, be my guest.
> And Dan has brought up evidence that the "respected reports" were
> biased, which you are intently ignoring.
I didn't ignore them. I just didn't feel they were evidence of bias.
> I don't understand why all your
> sources are "respected" and "unbiased", but all his are "right-wing" and
> "extreme". You may indeed be right, but Dan pointed out (correctly, imo)
> that the article you cited was slanted. Why are you apparently so loathe
> to acknowledge his rather obvious point?
Actually I was using Dan's own source -- I didn't believe it said what he said it
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