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From: Vince Brannigan
Subject: Re: [NEWS]: Probe: U.S. Knew of Jet Terror Plots
Date: Sun, 22 Sep 2002 11:43:24 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 22 Sep 2002 07:43:24 EDT
"Fred J. McCall" wrote:
> Vince Brannigan wrote:
> :"Fred J. McCall" wrote:
> :> lparker@NOSPAM.emory.edu (Lloyd Parker) wrote:
> :> :In article <%7Ni9.email@example.com>,
> :> : "Chris" wrote:
> :> :>
> :> :>The same liberal media that will take the Bush twins or Noelle Bush and hang
> :> :>them in the center of town because they have had a couple of beers (in the
> :> :>case of the twins) and do drugs (Noelle) That is front page news and top
> :> :>story fodder for the major outlets. But when its Chelsea Clinton drinking
> :> :>underage to the point she cant walk that isnt even reported.
> :> :
> :> :Perhaps because it never happened. If it wasn't reported, what makes
> :> :you think it happened?
> :> In May there were pictures in the London Daily Mirror and the London
> :> Sun of Chelsea essentially passed out in a bar.
> :Im sorry you said "underage" when were these pictures taken? Chelsea Clifton was
> :born in Feb. 1980 which would make her 22 years old.
> I'm sorry. You need to pay attention to who said what. *I* never
> said she was underage. But one hardly becomes a booze hound
Yes Chris made the original claim but you claimed to provide the documentary proof of
the original claim ": In May there were pictures in the London Daily Mirror and the
London Sun of Chelsea essentially passed out in a bar" .That makes it "your" claim.
On an instrument you can sue both the maker and the endorser.
second, the inference that a 22 year old drunk has a history of underage drinking is
not supportable. public drunkenness is just as likely for the inexperienced, if not
more.So your "proof" is irelevant to the claim and your failure to include the fact
that she was overage at the time of the incident undercuts your credibility
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