Buck, read your own effing post.<quoted text>
No, I did no such thing.
I didn't say Throckmorton was wrong because of his philosophy. I said it is worth noting where he comes from on the issue of Christian evangelizing among Indians. He thinks it is atrocious. And that information is worth noting, as it debunks the image put out that Throckmorton is some kind of conservative evangelical. And it is worth noting when considering his take on Jefferson's motivations - the founding hero of separation - and whether Jefferson supported such evangelizing.
The facts are what shows Throckmorton to be wrong, and Barton right.
Darwin's AssSuck, you should never argue history with me.
Why? Because you can't even get the history of my last two posts right.
Come to think of it, you can't get anything right.
Welcome to Buck School. Have a seat in the back. There are non-infinite donuts on the table.
And, no, you have NOT shown that Throckmorton is wrong. Your arguments boil down to:
1) Throckmorton is not a conservative, and is therefore wrong.
2) Barton is right because Barton says he is right.
It should be very telling that you haven't presented ANYONE other than yourself, Barton, or Barton's employees that say Barton is right.
If everyone is telling you that you are wrong, you should at least consider that maybe you are. But not you. That's not the Buck way.
"Maybe they're right when they tell me I'm wrong…
I'm an asshole."
BTW, I see that you still can't bring yourself not to throw out insults.
See the new Buck, same as the old Buck.