A Note On Email Disclosures
A few days ago, I featured a Comment of The Day from Ed. This gentleman wrote a thoughtful, amazing note that offered the RNC advice on how to gain a new audience. I found this particularly profound coming from someone who finds himself to hold opposite views to my own. His comment, in fact, is going into a presentation I am making to Republican leadership.
Not so with a comment from Julie, who simply wrote into to call me names.
About that: my WordPress software gave me two choices as regards publishing the email addresses of people who comment: I will or I won’t. I chose the latter.
I suggest WordPress create a third option: “I you are needlessly rude and attack me in a personal way, I will.”
This, then, will serve as notice that, should you post here with a purely personal attack upon me, I will publish your email address. To be clear: if you simply want to call me names, go ahead: I may publish your note … I will publish your email address.
What is rude? Not much, actually. Feel free to attack my views, my competency, my specific beliefs, my “cheesy” banner on the site, Republican polices, conservative ideas as a whole; all examples of fair game. Under these circumstances I will not publish your email addresses.
Responsible people will fill in the blanks.
PS: Julie, I have removed your email address from my response. Care to try again with an actual point?