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Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Dennis Prager Deomstrates His Command of Logic

Here:
"Of course, there are known conspiracies -- Osama bin Laden and others conspired in the 9/11 plot -- but there are no successful hidden conspiracies. I cannot think of one in my lifetime."

Well, Dennis, if it was successfully hidden... then you wouldn't be able to think of it, now, would you?

1 comment:

  1. Good catch, Gene. I also like these quotes:

    ...refute all those who believe, despite bipartisan government reports and excellent books such as Gerald Posner's Case Closed, that there was some conspiracy to kill President Kennedy and that Oswald was not the only shooter.

    Isn't it a bit weird to have your first bit of evidence be government reports?? That's like saying, "All those who believe--despite O.J.'s protests to the contrary, and the forensic evidence--that somehow justice wasn't served in the case."

    There is not a shred of evidence that there was a conspiracy to kill John F. Kennedy,

    Really? How many other high valued prisoners were killed the way Jack Ruby shot Oswald, during your lifetime, Mr. Prager?

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