That’s it


They just don’t get it. I’m done conversing with neocons. I just don’t want to. I don’t feel I would be engaging in a “healthy debate” with them. As I said in my earlier post, I care nothing for thier hateful opinion. I don’t even want to waste my time arguing with them. Some woman just left a comment (that I decided not to post) that prattled on and on about how she felt sorry for the parents and, again, Micheal Shiavo and Judge Greer are evil, etc. And then at the end she told me that “if I want to be taken more seriously I should check my blog posts for spelling errors.” Little word to the wise. If you want your comment on this blog, don’t give me advice that I don’t ask for. And if you don’t like my spelling errors, go somewhere else. I’m not here to try to win anyone over. I’m not here to debate issues. This blog is my venting space. And there are spelling errors. And there will be spelling errors until WordPress decides to package a spell check with thier product, okay? I have a feeling, Laura, that you wouldn’t take me seriously, regardless of what I have to say.

God, I wish these neocons would stop trolling liberal blogs…Why do they think we want thier little two cents? Why do they spend thier time reading our stuff? I certainly don’t spend my time surfing the web looking for what the neocon opinion is on a subject…weird.

4 thoughts on “That’s it

  1. They think they are “saving” the world. They have absolutely no clue that they are the ones that are spreading hate.

    Hang in there. They are a pain, but thank god for the ability to ban and erase! ;o)


  2. Amen to that! They are just violent and hate filled people. And evidently they have nothing but free time to terrorize the internet. Just remember that the pendulum of public behavior will swing back the other way, and those too far out on the edge will pretty much be left out in the open when society moves back to being liberal again. And they will pretty much be fish out of water at that point. The only emotions I can muster these days for them is pity for the fact that they are so fundamentally ignorant and uninformed.


  3. We’ve had several people tell us we’re “gay” lately too. I guess it’s supposed to be an insult, but it just comes across as being childish. It all fits into that “we’re right, you’re wrong” mentality that is supposed to “shame” us in to doing what they want. It’s hard to take them seriously.


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