So this week, among other things not documented, I have been accused of causing a national terrorist attack with my hateful rhetoric*, (my audience has increased, but not by THAT much) and called outright "just plain stupid". (I am so glad no one told me that when I was young and impressionable. )
I totally accept that that is to be expected when one puts one's self on public display. I just thought, since I am always shouting about the great stuff, that I would reveal the other side of that particular coin.
* The hateful rhetoric was when I commented on an article about Obama's speech in which he said the purported and then unknown attackers in Boston would feel the weight of justice when apprehended. I mentioned that we also needed an explanation for Benghazi and the six Americans killed in Afghanistan. I am having a highly paid semanticist analyze that remark in depth so I can correct my unconscious but oh so obvious habit of sounding hateful, or making my words sound hateful. (Just kidding.)
The stupid thing was in regard to a remark I made on Huff Post which I know most of you would prefer I didn't write on at all, but the comment was faved by about thirty people as opposed to the one negative remark. I know Huff Post is not held in high esteem by ANY of you, so I won't go into that too deeply.
I don't feel too bad about any of this. I always enjoyed making waves.
How was your week?
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