User talk:Affirmlife

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STOP DELETING THE IRAQ WAR PAGE. If you want to discuss any of the cited figures, DO SO IN THE DISCUSSION PAGE FOR THE IRAQ WAR. That is how wiki's work. I'm sorry that the facts I have provided and cited do no confirm your personal biases, but they're just that: facts. One becomes more knowledgable by studying facts, and changing ones' opinion of a situation accordingly. I will continue to provide an unbiased, factual, well-cited documentation of Iraqis' opposition to the war as long as it takes. If you continue deleting pages without explaining why, I will report you to be banned. --Accidents 10:21, 14 March 2007 (EDT)

Apparently if I'm not removing but replacing liberally biased information, you also see it as necessary to revert. Why shouldn't you be reported to be banned? Affirmlife 13:53, 14 March 2007 (EDT)

Because I'm providing citations, and posting only factual information instead of baseless, undocumented conjecture? I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure that this website is interested in being factually correct. Accidents 11:58, 14 March 2007 (PST)

Why have you edited the Iraq War page? My additions were 100% true, and 100% cited. I am putting them back up. This kind of disingenuous censorship is not - I assume - what this website is supposed to be about. Feel free to air out your problems in the appropriate Talk Page of the Iraq War article.

--Accidents 01:07, 14 March 2007 (EDT)

Because they don't reflect reality, they reflect projections. I don't know what this website is supposed to be about, but I do know that it's supposed to reflect confirmed facts. Affirmlife 04:10, 14 March 2007 (EDT)

Considering I cited every single fact that I presented - all of which came from either peer-reviewed academic journals or profesionally-conducted public opinion polls with statistically normal standard deviations - I'm really puzzled as to why you're deleting my additions. Are you interested in the truth? I hope so. --Accidents 01:25, 14 March 2007 (EDT)

Welcome to Conservapedia, Accidents. Unfortunately, your so-called "facts" don't reflect the Party Line here, and therefore will be rejected. The Iraq War is something of a sore spot with the True Believers--they were promised a military triumph that would let them quit having to think about the Vietnam fiasco forever, and instead they're trapped dealing with a slow-motion repeat, without even a Democratic President to blame for getting them stuck in it. You need to add some text explaining how the insurgency is in their "death throes" (for the 19th time), or assert that Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden were photographed at a keg party together, pr that the WMDs were shipped to Syria, or something like that, if you don't want your essay shouted down like a Creationist on Wikipedia. --Scrap 04:32, 14 March 2007 (EDT)
It seems like Scrap needs to be made aware of the definition of fact, as used by this wiki. --orly 09:37, 14 March 2007
Nice. That one's going to get deleted fast. (Colbert was right... the facts really DO have an anti-Bush agenda!) --Scrap 04:40, 14 March 2007 (EDT)