Last week on my Facebook someone had posted a comment that was pro-Harper. Of course the 99% of the people frequenting my Facebook would be of the mind that Harper is a scoundrel, at best, or more likely a traitor, so one person took offense at the nice comment about Harper, and wrote something rather offensive about the pro-Harper person. I thought about this a bit, knowing that while I would never be found Harper cheer leading, the man that made the pro-Harper comment is a really nice person. I was concerned about what he was thinking about the slur. This is just another example to me, why I don’t speak badly of anyone, even that @7#%*+ Harper. That is why I try to stick to pointing out the error of the persons thinking, philosophy, or their policy.
I have to add that something I learned as a boy that stops me from making personal comments about people. There were these 2 guys see, their names were Mike and Ike. And they must have been construction workers or something because they were digging in a ditch. Well, they must have had a dispute over something and things got heated and I don’t know who started the name calling, but one called the other a son of a beaver, yes, a beaver, and they got so upset at the situation they said all kinds of cruel and angry things like 5 cents a glass. It was such an ugly incident in my past that I refuse to call people names in my blogs.