I have not been following this thread. I have no clue what Percy just said ( I typically know exactly what he is trying to do, but I have to confess that he can FINALLY brag about my misunderstanding. It isn't bragging unless it is true).
I never knew Judicial Watch was mentioned here, either, until few hours ago.
I just find this site uninspired these days.
I remember when I used to debate people with real spirit.
My greatest moment ever (online) was when I got Howard Dean's online campaign maestro, Jerome Armstrong, to admit that there was strong evidence for a CIA hand in the 9/11 attacks. I dared him to post it on his MYDD blog. He said, in email, he was not afraid.
So he went and posted that he does not buy the official 9/11 story, for the whole world to see. He referenced the French intelligence showing the July 4-14 meeting in Dubai.
Right after that, Dean, on Diane Rheim, said he was intrigued by the idea that Bush got intel from the Saudis, but allowed the attack to happen.
I was so proud of myself!
(THE Daily Kos founder used to refer to Armstrong as his blogfather)
I used to debate men with character.
(And I bet polling would show that less than 50% buy the official 9/11 government story, in 2021. It was around 50/50 in a 2007 Rasmussen poll)
I like the bold ones better than the partisan mush we have here.
What have Democrats done to allow a binding Puerto Rican vote on statehood?
What have they done to allow Washington DC, to do the same?
(The latter is very charged, and would require filibuster removal)
What good is it to have Democrats in charge of all 3 bodies ( House, Senate, White House)?
I bet Rippert Murdoch is personally in favor of Puerto Rican statehood. He is the most outspoken supporter of open borders that I have ever seen. I am sure you have some strawman comment on "Republican talking points", right?