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Re: a right to not like others

Posted by Dr. Bob on July 31, 2006, at 15:36:13

In reply to Re: Blocked for a week, posted by cloudydaze on July 30, 2006, at 19:08:18

> doesn't this person have a right to not like deputies if he'she wishes? This person never expressed dislike in any particular person, just moderators in general ... In other words, no one was specifically seems to me that this person was just showing disappointment in certain authority figures he/she has come in contact with in the past

People have a right not to like deputies. In their case, I think it's even OK to post:

> > I don't like deputies.

But it's not OK to accuse them of being dishonest. Your freedom of speech is limited here. And accusing them in general instead of specifically doesn't make it OK and may even make it worse.

People also have a right not to like other posters, but I wouldn't consider it civil to post that. It's OK, however, to post:

> > I feel disappointed in certain authority figures I've come in contact with in the past.

> I must be really dumb. I do not understand.

You're not dumb. It's complicated. If you haven't yet, please consider taking a look at:





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