Skip to comments.For Tea Party Detractors and Mainstream Media, Thursday Was An Epic Fail [FR mentioned]
Posted on 04/17/2010 8:27:33 AM PDT by mdittmar
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Working ok here via IE.
I have had quite lively and stimulating discussions that were PAINFULLY polite, and anything BUT boring. I have also given up on loudmouths who think that the louder you get, the more likely you are to win a debate.
It's become obvious to me that I made my point about politeness rather poorly. I do not believe that politeness is a bad thing by any means, and I didn't really mean to say that.
The point I was trying to make (clumsily) is that politeness leads to mediocrity when it prevents any criticism or correction from happening - in other words, when politeness gets in the way of the truth.
It is definitely possible to speak the truth politely; in fact, it's often the best way to speak the truth.
I leave the tone of any further discussion to you.
Man, all this just because I said "Free Republic is not a blog" and trueblackman thought it had something to do with my "feelings."
Lars Larson has been on this clown like stink on a monkey, so the regional affiliates have to cover the story. Heard Rush mention him by name, also. He may soon join the ranks of Oregon’s unemployed, if allegations of using State time to create his website pan out.
Did he say ‘crack heads’ ?
Ut oh. Your Chrome was ahead of the curve—getting same message here. Another libtard attack.
I went to the site anyways since I use Linux. No problems.I wonder if this was a liberal censorship attempt?
I found it it’s a belated google reaction to a previous liberal attack.
Let’s see how eager they are to review it and take the warnings off . . .
The site itself is fine.
Thanks for the ping and great article, Kevin!
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