One of the great mistakes is to judge policies and programs by their intentions rather than their results

images-6This group has been protected from criticism for the better part of a generation. They have enjoyed making authoritative pronouncements as unexamined authority. Their power depends entirely on not being questioned as what is behind the curtain is flimsy and dredged,  a Potemkin village.   The recent Medscape and BMJ articles are revealing that confrontation with direct and precise questions results in nothing but logical fallacy, distortions and lies.  They are utterly incapable of responding with a direct and precise answer.   Gunderson’s response to absent oversight  is just another example of this logical fallacy and distortion.  This is not how rational authority responds. This is not how legitimate authority responds.  I kindly invite her to debate this.  I would like a back-and-forth to clarify.  It is a simple question that deserves a simple answer and I know she follows my blog as she used her own name and e-mail address.

Source: One of the great mistakes is to judge policies and programs by their intentions rather than their results

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