I've heard it said that taxes and death are the only certainties in life. Well, I'd like to add yet another to that short list: people writing in to WND who debunk what is said on your site, saying that they know that there is plenty of hard evidence available to prove WND wrong, but never, and I do mean N-E-V-E-R, have the decency to share even a tiny bit of that evidence with us. Must be intuitively obvious, eh?
The latest example is from one Leonard Kohm, who tells us, "Really, that IRS so-called scandal has been debunked more times than you have toes and fingers." Well, most of us have 10 of each, so this guy should have had no problems at all in providing at least one sample of this "debunking," but no, we're supposed to just believe him.
I don't know him from Adam, and I'm pretty sure he doesn't know me, either. Nonetheless, unless he can back up his words with some actual evidence that can be verified, I'm just going to say that we all have proof positive that he doesn't have a clue as to what he's talking about, and that we could fill the average library with that proof.
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Hey, that's kinda cool! Make a bold statement while providing absolutely nothing to back it up … and of course, since I said it, Leonard will believe it, lock, stock and barrel, right? Of course! It's intuitively obvious!