Don't be angry. It'll be OK.@Scaritual...you keep saying things like you think I wanted an apology and that I got upset you didnt accept mine with class. What possible reason would there be for me to be upset? I barely know you and someone being classless in accepting an apology in a reflection on them. It makes no difference to me how you wish to come off. And even though you blamed your reaction to my earlier post and disregarded your original contact with me was argumentative I not only accepted your apology for what you called having a case of the ass and even said I understood how my post could have impacted your response. Yet despite that you want to keep making some issue out of it despite a corgial exchange after.
I'm surprised you'd consider it poor ethics to defend someone - any one - who has been portrayed inaccurately and then that inaccurate portrayal has been the basis for your argument.That doesnt surprise me since it has become a pattern for some of you to display poor ethics in your zeal to rush to IANS defense.
No, wait, I'm not surprised.
It's been pointed out that many of the people here that you've attached to some plot against you, have stood up for Christians, atheists, agnostics, homosexuals and other minorities, numerous times, and that applies to Ians, too.
But you don't want to acknowledge that, and that's why I'm not surprised.
My ethics dictate that sometimes I must speak up, no matter if >you< don't like it, >you< do like it, or >you< would prefer nothing was said at all.
I'm fine with my reflection because it is myself and purely myself.Again, a reflection on you not me.
Your reflection is Christian.
Isn't it good that you're exampling it for them?I am sure a pattern not lost on many in here