AngusT, remember that the Conservapedia Commandments forbid excessive talk. Repeatedly arguing on talk pages is a blockable offense under the 90/10 Rule. Please be sure you make substantive contributions as well as discussions. Thank you.--Wuhao1911 19:46, 3 January 2010 (EST)
- I removed a broken link and the "facts" it supported. The site in question, even if the link worked, as for an obviously socialist group called the United States Institute for Peace. I don't think this is a reliable source by Conservapdia standards, but I could be wrong. The article as it stands basically accuses Pinochet of murdering thousands of innocent people, something communist apologetic liberals like to say but which has never been proved. The Pinochet article gives a much more accurate account than the Allende one, so it seems that one should to be edited for accuracy. In my opinion, Conservapedia shouldn't jump on the anti-Pinochet bandwagon like so many leftists in this country. I welcome your input in this area. AngusT 16:26, 19 April 2010 (EDT)
- You're welcome. I'm a little surprised he wasn't mentioned already! AngusT 10:08, 16 September 2010 (EDT)
Argumentum Ad Hominem
Please avoid name calling, as you did at Talk:Main Page. If you are not aware of the rules, please take a look at them again. Calling brits "whiney", and insulting them is against the rules. Thank you.
JonM 12:20, 14 February 2012 (EST)
After browsing some of your contributions, I have found your edits to be less than satisfactory. Attaching the accusation of "liberal" to completely non-partisan articles was a favored tactic of parodists, so I have my reservations about your edits. Consider yourself warned. brenden 19:58, 17 June 2013 (EDT)