As counter proof I am willing to submit regular posts where Fred equates himself with the US and/or US government (republican only). You may remember … he regularly writes “we did this” and “we did that” when relating to actions of the US.
I admit though you can plead he is delusional there. If we can agree on that, no need to clog this here up with FS=US quotes. Up to you if you like to treat that as “known fact” or want links.
And the only reply Fred could come up with to defend himself … I mean the US government … well you know what I mean … was a “Tsk! Can’t prove me anything. Hahaha.”
Now I agree, Fred surely can manage to score a smug “hahaha” in that debate against Jack with this “you prove me” line. This kind of minimalism CAN pay off in that regard, assuming of course Jack can’t come up with a reply. And even if Jack does, Fred can for sure find some detail to distract from it.
The problem though: where will all this leave Fred’s heart and minds campaign on behalf of the Bush administration? The “yo can’t prove me azz nigga” is okay to wiggle oneself out of a tight spot in criminal court (sometimes) as well as for a “hahaha” line on here perhaps. But as a PR job on behalf of one’s most favorite US administration? Are you kidding me? What’s that supposed to be? “Aiming Low, Reloaded”? Or is it already the sequel “Aiming Low, Out of Ammo”?
You can of course aregue that Fred is never really trying to make the US and/or its Republican governments look as good as he can and actually only plays for the “hahaha” value to fan his own vanity. Or that he is maybe simply trolling of course.
Well, let’s just wait for Fred’s next post and see if he tells a bit more why he was so minimalist in his effort to make the Bush administration look good. What do you think was the reason though jdsmith? That he thought the criminal defense was the best thing to launch in that regard? Or that he though it was the only thing he could launch?
Note to Fred: I spelled argue wrong 5 lines above. And I can’t count either. All just to make sure you have a convenient distraction in case you need a smokescreen again.