RICH DELLAROSA SAID:
>>> "I will not address the above point-by-point, because if you
really believe what you wrote your cognitive faculties are most likely impaired." <<<
DAVID VON PEIN SAID:
Yeah, why believe the ACTUAL EVIDENCE ON THE TABLE, when I could crawl
into bed with the likes of Mr. Fetzer and Mr. Lifton and believe stupid shit?
>>> "None of the WC actually believed those things and stated so." <<<
You're WAY overstating things here. There's no way that ALL SEVEN of
the Warren Commissioners went on record as having totally disbelieved
their own final "LN/LHO" conclusions.
Anyone believing that was the case probably possesses "cognitive
faculties" that "are most likely impaired".
>>> "As for the Bug [Vincent T. Bugliosi], if his research could stand on its own merit, he would not need to resort to ad hominem attacks." <<<
But the "ad homs" are so much fun (and deserved). I love 'em. :)
>>> "They do not enhance his position IMO." <<<
They definitely enhance his position. Why in the world shouldn't a
"zany" be called a "zany"?
It's odd that people who side with the likes of Fetzer and Lifton and
Armstrong and Waldron actually seem to think that their crazy notions
are worthy of NOT being ridiculed.
>>> "Fortunately [Bugliosi's] book will not likely make back what it cost to produce it." <<<
And I think even Bugs knows this is probably true.
>>> "And his million dollar promotion tour is out of gas." <<<
Well, sure it is. His book tour and radio tour was pretty much over in
June/July 2007. (Except for a few later appearances.)
But, thanks to me, you can re-live almost all of Vince's radio appearances
regarding "Reclaiming History", including the SBT debate he had with Wecht
on June 14th, 2007. And I won't even charge you anything to access my
online files either (although donations via VISA or personal check are
welcome; after all, I can't be expected to work as a CIA/VB Disinfo Agent
for free, 24/7, can I?): ;)
>>> "The last Roper poll showed that nearly 90% of the American public believe there was a conspiracy to kill JFK." <<<
A virtually meaningless stat, seeing as how probably 90% of that 90%
more-than-likely don't even know who J.D. Tippit is.
But keep plugging those polls. It can't HURT your make-believe case
for conspiracy anyway.
David Von Pein
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