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More Dorhauer Nonsense

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

More from Dorhauer:
A lot of what I read on that site feels like posturing. James Hutchins knows the rules we live by here, and the reasons why it was set up that way. But he feels like he can get some mileage out of playing the persecuted victim or our conspiratorial attempts to silence him.
I hardly feel like a victim or think I'm being silenced - this site generates much more traffic and the UCCtruths message board has nearly 450 members.

And there's good reason for this success.

There is a world of difference in the integrity and honesty of this site compared to Dorhauer's web site. Unlike Dorhauer's site, I invite dissenting opinions by posting them on the site and through the message board. There's no litmus test to join the UCCtruths message board and there's no requirement for conformity. UCCtruths also provides documentation for the claims that are made and, if available, links to third-party sites.

As for Dorhauer's site... well, don't take my word for it, check for yourself how dissenting opinions are treated. Regardless of what Dorhauer and Clarkson think about how the "blogosphere" operates, the internet has thrived on open, social networks - not closed communities of like-minded individuals.
posted by UCCtruths, Wednesday, March 14, 2007

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