Yes I did read that explanation you refer to below Chis, and I dismissed it as nonsense born of desperation because of the absolute mauling you are getting in this thread. And whatever political prejudice you may think (or wish,) I brought to the thread, you’re wrong. I didn’t like Obama, but I didn’t like Bush either. I liked Bill Clinton, he was a shit but an entertaining one. I’m neutral on Trump, he’s entertaining for the wrong reasons. and I liked Ronnie Reagan because he was entertaining in low budget cowboy movies I watched as a kid.
I don’t give a damn about Kavanaugh, he’s not in the supreme court of my country, OK he might have been a dickhead when he was young, in that case I have something in common with him, but if everybody was excluded from every top level jobs because they were a dickhead when young, there would be a lot of vacancies in government, the law, the military, academe, and business. And a shortage of people to fill them.
But you said he committed a crime when a teenager when in fact you don’t know that. He was not convicted, not even charged, there was no trial, all there has been as a basis for your condemnation of Kavanaugh is an accusation made some thirty years after the alleged event by a person who has a very unclear recollection of events surrounding that alleged crime and a track record of political activism in support of a party that has shown it will go to any lengths to discredit the president who appointed him.
So what you did is you presented in your critique of the article is your opinion as fact. And you did it again and again in responses to other comments. Your opinion is as worthy as anybody else’s of course, but when you fail to observe the boundary between opinion and fact your words are worthless.