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This is so humorous and believe me I wouldn't want to insult the members here at Kos, but I've just had the most interesting weekend and I wanted to share it.
A while back I posted a diary here, on political forums, and some problems I had encountered. The problems were your typical forum power play. I had to make some difficult decisions. I banned some people who were conspiring against me and then spent the next six months being harrassed and stalked everywhere I went by them.

I discovered them (them being the banned members) on an old forum that we used when we first started Political Switchboard. They had been spraying the walls with graffiti about me a few others I know. I couldn't shut the forum down, at the time we were there I was just a mod, so I decided to make them look as ridiculous as I could. I think we succeeded but I'll let you be the judge.

My main reason for writing this is. I have every reason to believe that the party's that closed out my other thread on this subject.

are in fact these very same people. If you'll look under [B]Best Political Blogs[/B] you'll see the reference to my blog here.

I knew that if I gave them enough rope they'd give me enough for a case, and they have. Anyone have any suggestions?

Originally posted to Acebass on Sun May 07, 2006 at 11:00 PM PDT.

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  •  In retrospect... (0+ / 0-)

    It's been a long journey that ends up here. I was able to use this post to at least shine a light on a problem. Not just my problem but anyone who chooses to stand up and speak out...
    I made some mistakes I'll admit them, no one's perfect. But like I told Tony G (he's running for Governor in Louisiana btw) as long as your true to yourself, at the end of the day it doesn't matter.
    I've taken a lot from these individuals, all over the progressive web sites, and have had to defend myself from them as well as too some of my friends but one...
    I came to political forums to fight for my country, as I had in the past. I came because I wanted to know what happened, how did we lose, again? I found out. It's because we let people like these drain us, then we have no fight left...
    I have been vendicated. I have no more interest in their site. I am not proud of whats there but it's there for a reason none the less. They will say what they will, it doesn't matter anymore, now that it's transparent for the world to see...

    Lifes to short to store acorns

    by Acebass on Mon May 08, 2006 at 07:39:54 PM PDT

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