"You don't even realize that we are saying the same thing, but you have instead chosen one phrase out of context and based an entire argument upon it."
That is spin.
I'm not arguing. What do you mean when you employ that word, in English, argument?
I see no point in arguing.
You published a false statement. I called you on it. Now you are creating an ever expanding series of lies to cover up the first one. This is a familiar story.
Why not just stick to the point of focus concerning your false statement, if you have a contention concerning the measure of just how false your statement is in fact. If you have no contention as to just exactly how false your statement is, in fact, then why argue, and why create a Man of Straw that does things that you then blame me for doing, when in reality your SPIN is only YOURS, not mine.
I did not write, nor do I think, this:
"the jurisdiction of the Constitution as a binding force was never considered outside the character of the Sovereignty of the States."
So this can't be true:
Why dabble in lies, they never end.
"but you have called me a liar on top of it."
I was specific, not ambiguous, and you are ambiguous, not specific, what does that specifically prove in fact.
You are publishing ambiguities.
I publish specifics.
What does that prove, in fact?
"Far from being honorable, you have made assumptions and those assumptions are not only incorrect, as my writings on the DP for the last 5 years will attest to, but those assumptions make you look like a fool in the light of those writings."
I am a fool, admitted, look how wasteful I am with my time and energy right now, defending against your SPIN.
Now I am "far from honorable", so just exactly how much worse can your Man of Straw get until such time as you shoot the Parthian Arrow?
If you had not published the false statement, knowing myself, I'd have no false statement to challenge competitively.
End of story?