What we saw was the following assertion, for which you were unable to provide a single shred of proof, despite repeated requests.
No one has retained transcripts of candidate speeches from the 2000 campaign on the internet, at least anywhere free. This is not a crime on my part.
No, the "crime on your part" (if you want to call it that) is referencing as fact an assertion from another thread for which you can produce no proof. As I said in that thread: sorry, but your memory will not suffice in this context.
Bottom line: facts can be proved, but you couldn't prove this, so it's just misleading to refernece it as though you did.
Nor is your assertion that Bush "campaigned repeatedly with the promise of removing Saddam from power with a coalition of the willing" contained in Woodward's book, and I defy you to post proof of *this* assertion, or retract the claim.
Edited by _ph, 13 May 2006 - 11:42 AM.