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Notice a few things about this:

1. It hasn't been removed because conservatives rarely, if ever go crying to mommy.
2. It probably won't get removed because TMF has a double standard. But it may get removed only if and when they read my statement so as to appear objective and fair in whose post they choose to remove for violtating their "standards."
3. This is what a liberal does when they lose an argument or are offended by the truth or a funny comment. They get vulgar.
4. That's why it's best to make them greylings.

I have to say, I do not care if someone is brusque or show a lack of decorum.
I could not care less if the person loses arguments without grace.

I tend to grey them, because they are just uninteresting, dishonest and they all have the same argument and tend not even to attempt to be entertaining, so if you leave one ungrey you get the universe of lib opinion -- and when I want that I go to PA. I do occasionally read my responses and verify that they have nothing new to say -- they have not for a while.

I have never gotten why someone would nitpick an argument to take out of context parts and try to persuade you, that you are wrong based on what you did not say. That always seemed a strange mix of ill and stupid and it is the regular mix of our visitors.

I am not sure why anyone bothers with them, but to each their own. I enjoy from time to time going to PA and acting liberal to entertain them by knee jerking and skimming the top of their collectivist idiocy, but why engage them where folks do not want them and give them their sick thrills?
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