To the person and people whose posts I trash

I’m not going to keep your posts if you start them out with 4-letter words. I might not even keep your posts if you don’t. If you have some kind of intelligent debate to make with actual facts to back up your opinions, I might then allow your posts on my blog.

I might not, either.

It all depends on my mood.

I left a community-type website because I could no longer stomach the anti-American, anti-Christian, anti-Israel, all leftist-all the time, attitude. They had no tolerance for those of us who didn’t share their opinions but they demanded that we be tolerant of theirs.This is now my blog and I decide whose opinions I will tolerate and whose I will not.

I’m no longer into being a moral relativist in order to fluff their comfort level pillows or yours.

Read my post on About My Blog and then decide if you want to waste your time posting your drivel or not because it’s just one keystroke for me to trash your post.

It’s a promise that I probably will.

3 responses to “To the person and people whose posts I trash

  • roxannadanna

    Tell you what ladies, I sure like hitting that trash button when what I get is trash. And the funny thing is that I don’t go to liberal sites – been there, done that – because so are the most intolerant people on the face of the earth.

    They want to allow a mosque at ground zero and site the Constitutional right to do so, but won’t allow a nativity scene at Christmas time. They are offended by any symbol of Christian worship. I think it’s time that a Christian went to court and declared that the liberal, anti-Christian haters are offending our rights to worship where and when we choose to. How does a cross in the Mohave desert bother anyone? Or a cross on the side of the highway in Utah commemorating the death of a highway trooper really abridge anyone’s rights?

    Oh.. I’m off on a rant here. LOL nevermind.

  • VotingFemale

    Time to send them on their way, dear. They dont even try it on my blog anymore.

  • ClassicFilm

    Love that delete button, ROFL. Statists have pitiably limited brain capacity, Roxy – when faced with having to choose between using rational logic and civil debate or ignorant profanity, the latter usually wins. Poor things – they can’t help it. It just isn’t in them to think beyond that of a self-absorbed 7-year-old. Most liberals embrace the “Id Monster” and have embarrassing, vicious tantrums when they don’t get that cookie upon demand.

    And as far as some lashing out and calling you a Nazi or some other nonsense, I say you pay the bills, you make the rules for your blog. If they don’t like it, boo hoo. The First Amendment goes BOTH ways – they have the freedom to say what they want, but you have the freedom (and power) to keep them from saying it in YOUR HOUSE. And last time I looked, the First Amendment didn’t necessarily guarantee that anyone could post anything their evil sadistic hearts desired on a blog of a private citizen – it’s discretion of the editor. The First Amendment guarantees freedom of the press and that citizens won’t be arrested by the government for being in disagreement and voicing that disagreement… which would change in a NYC heartbeat if Nancy Pelosi could change the Constitution to her liking.

    Here is one important four-letter word for your readers: VOTE.

    Keep up the good work, dear patriot. America is wising up.

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