Why? Does the validity of my opinions/comments lose anything based on what I call myself?
Let justice be served.
I can call myself anything on this forum. I could even use "WHO ME",(since that is so appropriate for you... and so "descriptive"). If you are so concerned with who you are debating, why not use your real name?
Defend the indefensible and I will call you out. Try to make slight of a case that may have severe consequences to our county and community (not counting the effects on tax payers dole), and I will also call you out.
The whole case is well beyond your apparent understanding. You see things through a glass darkly, not knowing that what you defend may not be defensible.
The truth of the whole matter will come out very shortly. I care not if you concede your points (or "say you are sorry"). I don't think you are stupid (unlike many who post here), just that you are naive and want things to be as you want to "see" them.
Let's let the system work. It does well if there is ample time and integrity within the participants involved.
Yes,the validity of your opinions/comments do lose something based on what you call yourself because it makes it appear that it's not the same person speaking.Therefore the context of the statements tend to either get lost or become confusing.
I think I understand more than you give me credit for.And it's been a very long time since I have been called naive.
It appears to me that the my posts are still being misunderstood.
I haven't said at any time the something or nothing happened,because I don't know.I wasn't there.
What I HAVE said is that the question to be asked is 'was this an abuse of power?'
Even if Judge Cochran propositioned her,or if she did him,that doesn't necessarily mean that it was an abuse of power.
That will have to be determined by the JQC if/after they do a review.
I say if/after because the JQC will not divulge (to my knowledge) whether there is an investigation or not.
If I'm wrong about that I'm sure you'll correct me.