You have been @ Conservapedia several months longer than me, Ben. What will it take to get you to conform to our customs? Rather than do public reverts of Conservative's work, is it impossible for you to discuss this directly with him first, or at least on the talk page? Although I do not disagree with your edit, if it comes down to choosing between some protracted public spat between administrators and maintaining your edits, there isn't even a close contest....as I am against public wrangling among Admins, and my recent experiences at WP show me I am correct in taking that POV. --ṬK/Admin/Talk 16:38, 3 May 2010 (EDT)
- It's not so much a question of my conforming to your customs, Terry-- it was my own hurried carelessness. One of my general editing policies has been to reduce redundancy where possible to make the encyclopedia clearer and easier to use, and I usually don't like to spend too much time on each edit. I'm afraid that when I saw the abortion/hitler page I didn't take the trouble to check whose work it was, nor anything else about it (whether it was an old page or a relatively new one.) Once again I apologize for my oversight. The politics of Conservapedia are a bit too nuanced for me too follow without occasionally messing up. --Ben Talk 16:55, 3 May 2010 (EDT)
Great block and revert, Ben. By the way, I thought your edit to Adolf Hitler was an improvement, though I bet many modern abortion supporters are driven by racial motivations. Many African American ministers think so.--Andy Schlafly 17:22, 3 May 2010 (EDT)
I guess it's possible. Personally, I would be wary of using the so called "race card" in the modern debate without substantial proof. Perhaps in lieu of a direct allegation of racism, it would be worth while finding a statistic that shows that far more african americans are killed by abortion than any other demographic in the US whether that is the intention of the abortionists or not? --Ben Talk 17:30, 3 May 2010 (EDT)
- Billionaires almost always end up donating to population control, and their unspoken racism becomes a part of that. DDT could save millions of lives in Africa today if it were allowed, yet the rich and powerful don't allow it. Perhaps there's a non-racial motivation for that, but the obvious implication is that racism does play a role. Ditto for the way that abortion targets minorities. I'm confident there are some wealthy supporters of abortion who delight in that (awful) racial effect. Again, African American ministers think so and I don't doubt it.--Andy Schlafly 17:43, 3 May 2010 (EDT)
New Arizona Senate Immigration Bill page
Hello Ben, thank you for welcoming me warmly to Conservapedia. You are the only one who welcomed me so far. You might be glad to hear that I already put all of the contents of the Arizona Senate Bill 1070 here on Conservapedia so that liberals won't have any more problems reading it. Check it out. I think it might need some minor changes that way it can be just a little bit easier to read. I'm thinking about making a youtube video letting everyone (especially the liberals) know about the new Arizona Senate bill page I created on Conservapedia and encourage everyone to read it. If you like the page, please let me know on my talk page about any updates if you wish, but if you don't like it, please don't delete the page. I already told Andrew Schlaffly about the new page I created on his talk page. Willminator 14:38, 26 May 2010 (EDT).