Friday, May 1, 2009

Anonymous Bloggers and people with Personal agendas.

Blogging is a FREE marketplace of ideas and opinions. That is a place that is very dangerous to the powers that be.
I won’t let these hate mongers and phony posters with their agendas to run certain blogger off the web and to discredit our good people get away with anything. Thus bloggers should not invade other people's blogs, and get involved in personal attacks and beating racial and religious or personal beliefs such as abortion sentiments. That is blatant abuse of Blogs and the media.
People like Lynne and other bloggers that use foul language and tha post without a blog to respond to should not be allowed to “hit and run”.. I’ve seen her nasty comments deleted by the blogger on several blogs and hat is EXACTLY what should be done. I know it takes work and it takes constant monitoring bu it’s the only way to put these people out of their misery. They really belong in an institution and should not be allowed any place near a computer. For some people the blog seems to be a kind of semi-passive psychiatrist. They need help and they should not be allowed to disrupt the on going daily pleasures of others.
You can not reason with people like LYNNE, she and other anonymous blogs never admit that they were doing anything wrong because they don't have to.
Writing under a pseudonym (even though it's actually the same name I go by in everyday offline life as well, and even though my "real" name is easily uncovered if it's that important to someone) has only ever caused me consternation when someone disagrees with something I've said so virulently, and happens to also be so incapable of justifying their own opinion, that they decide "why are you afraid to tell us your real name?" is somehow a sensible and rational substitute for an actual argument or conversation.
I know I�m being sort of a complainer, but there are a lot of things I need to get off my chest. People like LYNNE and the others I have described here just get me pissed off. Although I am giving them the satisfaction they crave, I have to say it. Hopefully she and the others will crawl back under the rock from where they came.


  1. You know if someone attacks you, you’re going to slap them across the face back. That’s the way it is, and the way it should be... Me, I slap back and they go away, and if they don't, then I slap harder... As for Lynne, she’s awful, a dumb annoying bitch who is a crazy nut job.
    I would slap her down in her place so hard that she would be ashamed to ever come back.
    By the way Chris... good job on this blog.

  2. Don't let 'em get you down!

  3. Lynne? What the hell did he-she do now? She said something stupid on mine the other day and I blasted her.

  4. I hear you, but Lynne is really getting more attention than she warrants. Some of the more articulate libs can be fun to joust with; her I just find to be more like a little pest.

  5. "Some of the more articulate libs"

    That's an oxymoron

  6. adding u to my blogroll..KEEP UP THE GOOD FIGHT!!

  7. I don't mind annyomous bloggers,but if you are going to attack my views,then have the guts to not hide behind the masy of annyomous. It only weakens your arguments and adds no validity to them.

  8. Lynne stopped by my blog yesterday, I deleted the comment. This is only the second person I have done this on. I welcome all dissent. The one thing I will not tolerate however is cowardice, step up and be counted.

  9. And now they are attacking Sarah G on that "liberal blog" if you want to call it that!
    At "Progressive Eruptions". We need folks like you to support each other.
    Susannah has also gone over there as I did to support Sarah G.

  10. I do think PJU is right, therefore, I am deleting my lynne post.

  11. Well, hello! I'm flattered that you all would spend this much time on me. I'm also amazed that you think that deleting me and "blasting" me bothers me. Thanks for the time and energy.

    And while we're on the subject of being nasty, can anyone explain why it is that YOU all are allowed to be nasty to ME and others, tell me to go f*ck myself, etc. but it is not ok for me to say anything? The bottom line is, you all can certainly dish out lots of what you cannot take. Period. Again, I'm flattered that you think you're bothering me.

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  13. Hi Chris, the concern about incivility was discussed by two bloggers recently, one from the right and one from the left. Consider it a joint venture of sorts. Here are the links:

    From the right: Pamela from The Oracular Opinion.

    From the left:
    Rockync and Octopus from The Swash Zone.

    A few observations: We win some and lose some. Some readers on both sides genuinely tried to hold their tempers and moderate their views. Others readers just could not, did not, will not change their tone.

    The consensus view from Pamela and myself: Attack the argument but do not disrespect the person. Do not engage in stereotyping as in: All libs are this and all wingers are that. No hit-and-run drive-by shootings. Plus a reminder: Both Pamela and I have conservative and liberal friends. Partisanship is not a prerequisite for starting a dialogue or forming human relationships. In fact, we need more dialogue, and a consensus, to help solve our public policy issues. Anger, bitterness, and name-calling accomplish nothing.

    I hope you find these links and comments to be constructive.

  14. Good point (O)CT(O)PUS ...I agree, we must find a common ground.