That's what I suspected, but I wasn't quoting a speech-- I was quoting the official declarations of position by the military, so his argument was as sadly irrelevant as I expected. Good thing I stuck to my guns about not wasting any time on it.
How ironic... Instead of listening to me, the source, you take on someone else interpretation. Wow, that's kinda like how you ignore the source, the policy, and follow someone else interpretation, a random slide show.
You've been the last man standing for how long? The burden of proof has been on you for a while now-- don't think that I've been humoring you beyond anything that humored myself. How does it benefit me to acquiesce to the only person who disagrees with me, and thus far has only demonstrated an obstinate refusal to accept defeat?
Besides, I can end it in one:
You're starting to bore me.
I'm still waiting for that reference of your quote...
The burden has always been on you. I quoted directly from the policy and you haven't. If you want to use someone else interpretation, fine, do it as long as they also quoted the policy. You have yet done either.
If your references sourced the policy, show me exactly where they did so. If your references did not do so, then their interpretation is as good as anyone else.
You've been boring me for quite a while, I was just trying to make sure this will hit 20 pages...