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If you spent your time constructing a proper case, the matter might get resolved
Posted by: judy g (ID *****6818) Date: August 13, 2012 at 09:30:29
In Reply to: DAR Asked to Correct their Proen Mistakes by Wayne Witt Bates of 18091

There is a difference between suspecting that something is true and assembling sufficient evidence, even circumstantial, to leave little doubt that something is true. If you would spend your time doing the latter, rather than posting the same thing over and over, the matter might get resolved. I have read through your post before; there is no need to repeat any of it. What you have is the BEGINNING of proving a case; NOT the conclusion.

From past posts, you seem not to understand how to assemble a body of evidence. There is no shame in asking for help. There are many people anxious to prove new patriots - the staff of the DAR first and foremost.

You catch more flies with honey than vinegar.


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