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If you go to this entry at another blog, you'll find no less than two instances of "Deleted - Off topic Moderator" replacing comments I left. That's certainly their right, but for the sake of my readers who might be wondering, "would our own Lonewacko leave off-topic comments, or is there something else involved?", the answer is indeed that something else.

Namely, I was providing some backstory and contrary information to the complaint that "[Kerry] Alleged that the Bush administration is somehow in the pocket of the Saudi royal family."

Herewith the first comment I left:

I note the NewsMax article doesn't mention Prince Bandar or Wahabbism.

For the latter, we'll have to turn to WorldNetDaily: "Saudis eliminate al-Qaida at home, fund abroad"

Also from WND: A top textbook consultant shaping classroom education on Islam in American public schools recently worked for a school funded and controlled by the Saudi government...

Now, see SCHUMER: SAUDIS PLAYING ROLE IN SPREADING MAIN TERROR INFLUENCE IN UNITED STATES or Is 'Bandar Bush' above the law?.

For Kerry's position on the Saudis, see Kerry would fight terrorism better.

Checking later, I found that had been deleted, so, dickens that I am, I left another comment:

I've included my original comment below; it might have appeared off-topic except it was addressing the bit above about the Saudi royal family. In case the problem was the link to Kerry's positions on the Saudis and the Schumer link, I took those out. Hopefully linking to articles in World Net Daily and a piece by well-known journalist Matt Welch won't prove controversial.

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I note the NewsMax article doesn't mention Prince Bandar or Wahabbism.

For the latter, we'll have to turn to WorldNetDaily: "Saudis eliminate al-Qaida at home, fund abroad"

Also from WND:: A top textbook consultant shaping classroom education on Islam in American public schools recently worked for a school funded and controlled by the Saudi government.... See also Is Is 'Bandar Bush' above the law?

Heh indeed.

Politics · Wed, 10/20/2004 - 10:20 · Importance: 1

Sun, 10/24/2004 - 18:40
Reg

I'm glad you decided to stop embarassing conservatives and support Kerry. The left is surely a better fit for your paranoid personality and persecution complex.