“This is the same guy who once said Ireland should join the Commonwealth and he endorses Reverand Paisley.”
“You’re a Foolish liar. Not only that, you misrepresent what I wrote.I have not “endorsed” Ian Paisley; I have however provided other information about him. I have also corrected false information that you published about him.”
Nothing like an Insane Thinker lying about someone’s position because someone produces other facts and corrects a falsely attributed quote, huh?
Update: Regarding the assertion that I said “Ireland should join the Commonwealth”:
This is an outright false misrepresentation of anything I have ever written about “The Troubles” in Northern Ireland, or anything I have ever believed.
Unfortunately at this time, I am unable to locate the what I wrote, and the context. However, anyone that knows me, and who has shared discussion with me regarding Ireland will know that I have never ever made any blanket statement that includes, “Ireland should join the Commonwealth.”
In fact, I have mused in the past about possible “Political” solutions to The Troubles might be, and included the idea that perhaps the population of Northern Ireland would consider a “unification” of the North with the Republic, if the Republic agreed to join the Commonwealth.
I also specifically recall also writing at the same time something to the effect that political solutions won’t be good enough; no peace can ever be fully realized until individuals start declaring their own independence from political and religious goals, and remove themselves from their tribalism.
For Patrick “Liar” McClarty to assert what he has about me is an utter and absolute despicable falsehood.
Second Update: McClarty Responds:
” Fine, “defends”–it’s changed. How about that? Fine lines and all…
And bravo for providing “correct” information on him. I’m sure you have his life details etched into memory.”
Defends? Well, once again, I imagine if correcting the record is “defending,” then I’ll be a defender of the factual and correct record. Anyone else have a problem with that? Seems that there is a lot of this type of nonsense going on right now, with folks not liking having correct records published because it affects their dearly held beliefs. So instead, we’ll malign the “record corrector.”
Still makes McClarty a Foolish Liar.
His Foolish sarcasm about Paisley’s “life details” should be quite obvious that indeed, he is a Fool.