Your writing style seems to ‘suggest’ inclinations towards ‘sarcasm’ AND overemphasis on certain defensiveness. I will demonstrate.
***Why is IF in CAPITAL LETTERS? It denotes something, but it is not certain until someone asks you directly: why the capital letters? And what’s the point of designating that you’re headed into a conditional argument since the title of this article already says ‘Eric Holder “Is The Moses Of Our Time”’ ???
one is going to use ‘Moses’
***Why do you put ‘moses’ in quotes? What is the point you are trying to make? And why be so subtle about making the point? Usually ‘quotes’ denotes sarcasm.
it cannot be ignored that God picked him
***OK, but what does that have to do with choosing an analogy that puts Eric Holder in an unflattering light? Was Eric Holder “picked by God”? Again, what is the ‘point’ you’re trying to make and why be so subtle about it?
***Why is this word in quotes? It usually denotes sarcasm. What point are you trying to make? Why make it so complicated?
from the baby killer Pharaoh. Had him ‘educated’
***Again, why the quotes? Is Eric Holder not educated, or in this case, ‘educated’?
by the best and brightest
***Certainly debatable in Eric Holder’s case, but that’s just a side note.
of that day. AND
***Why is AND in ALL CAPS? Trying to make some special emphasis here?
used him to establish the law to govern the ‘promise land’.
***again, why the ‘quotes’? By this time your conditional statement is so lengthy that it obscures whatever point you were trying to make. Are you saying that Eric Holder is doing a good job “establishing the law” and “governing our fine ‘promised land’”???
I know of no useful correlation or analogy to this mixed up impostor.
***You just read the one that I posted. Perhaps you didn’t comprehend it, or else why would you say, after reading it, that you know of no useful analogy? Basically, after all the complications you entered, it appears that you just said that if someone’s gonna use Moses... you “know of no useful correlation or analogy to this mixed up impostor”. The title of the article uses Moses, so suggesting somehow that to use Moses as a correlation is improper... well, that’s just ridiculous. So, then what are we left with after all your complications? It’s probably something along the lines of... you like Moses a lot, and you don’t like Holder much. To compare the 2 in such a way to even put Holder in an unflattering light somehow triggers this thing where you find the need to say you know of no useful correlation.
Perhaps that’s because is such a crappy individual. On that we can agree. Now, wasn’t that simple?
Pray tell then what would be the reasons for God giving US Houlder? God sure liked and depended upon Moses to not only survive a baby killer but to then lead the people out of bondage. So what is not to like? Perhaps you can tell me something anything Godly Houlder has accomplished?
I am pleased that my writing style made you think/question. (sarcasms notwithstanding)