First, since this is my forum, I literally read EVERY SINGLE WORD of EVERY SINGLE POST on the entire forum. And although it was unnecessary, I accommodated your request and read the entire thread again. It has not changed my position.
You spoke of "accusations" being leveled against you in the thread. Let's go back to the first one, which was, in fact, leveled by you against Mark. You claimed, falsely, that he chastised you, and then you asked a disingenuous question when you said, "Why so much anger?"
Mr. Trotter, you crossed the "accusations" line and it was inappropriate and completely untrue. There was no anger expressed in any of his posts.
Please copy and paste Mark's alleged "angry" comments to prove me wrong. That you want to paint yourself as a victim of some type of persecution is sad, indeed.
I thought you had more self respect than that. I thought that you would engage in a reasonable discussion/debate of the facts, make your case in a cogent manner, and listen to the opposing arguments with an open mind. Where you disagreed, I thought you would at least attempt to offer a persuasive rebuttal.
Rather, you have ignored the arguments made by me, for one, and haven't even attempted to rebut what I have written. Instead you have called for the discussion to end so that you can retreat into the "safe space" between your own two ears.
While this forum is a "flame free zone" it is not a "safe space" where discussion that challenges a person to think critically is discouraged. This forum, even when it is uncomfortable to do so, accommodates lively debate and does not seek to avoid confrontation.
Our founding fathers valued freedom of speech; it is the first item within the Bill of Rights.
You would have me shut down freedom of speech in this topic thread because you appear to be unable or unwilling to defend your position regarding the electoral college.
For the record, my criticism of your approach lies in the fact that you appear to be resisting the outcome of the election because you fail to appreciate the importance of the electoral college in a Democratic Republic, such as, the United States.
"Too often we enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought." -- JFK
"It is difficult to abolish prejudice in those bereft of ideas. The more hatred is superficial, the more it runs deep." -- Farewell America (1968)
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