- Oct 25, 2016
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I know.She's referring to the phrase “the Year of our Lord” which was not in the draft that was voted on but somehow made its way into the final document.If you were any more full of it you’d be infracting the national foie gras restrictions.PoliticalChic is the most dishonest user of “quotes” at USMB. There was even a whole long thread proving her “quote mining”: The Dishonest Creationist Tactic of 'Quote Mining'
Here she claims a specific line from the Constitution “points to Jesus Christ in the text of the Constitution” .... without quoting It. Then she deflects when challenged. No integrity whatever.
'Quote mining' is the term of art designed by liars like you who have no way to defend against actual, correct, and true quotes that I post.
Simple enough to prove.....let's see you post any of the thousands of quotes I've provided that aren't exactly as I documented them to be.
With a certain regularity, we find posters who have always imagined that they are bright, and well educated…..then find someone like me who outranks you by every intellectual metric…..and you can’t get over the damage to your self-image. Time to hand out another trophy for “Not-Tonight-Dear,- I’ve-Got-A-Crushed-Ego.”
I understand that you posted this as a flaccid attempt to assuage the pain of the spankings I've administered to your ego....but be assured: there's more where that came from.
There is no reference to Jesus Christ in the Constitution anywhere. Political Chic is a liar. That is settled.
So she isn't lying, the reference is in the document. So should I say you are lying when you said she was lying? You seem really quick to call others liars, should I do the same?
It is in the document that produced our nation.