I reverted it because it was very vague and wooly; it neither presented a fact nor offered evidence to disprove an assertion, but just invited a reader to figure it out for themself. 10px Fox (talk|contribs) 19:15, 22 January 2008 (EST)
Good comments to "Immaculate Conception," and good spotting on our trolly friend on the main page. I'll keep a watch on him.-MexMax 12:38, 27 January 2008 (EST)
Sticking it to Aschlafly
"Let's say there's a young white guy, not bad-looking, but not all that original a thinker. His parent is a famous theocrat and a founder of the new Religious Right in the late 70s/early 80s. Despite his lack of original thinking and intelligence, he manages to get into an ivy league school, and despite that, his greatest accomplishment is a bizarre blogwiki hybrid on which he spreads hate and fear to children. Isn't that affirmative action? Never mind, it's too weird to contemplate."
This is the most wonderful thing I have ever read anywhere on this divine repository of information, keep fighting the good fight.--ElliottRosewater 10:57, 21 February 2008 (EST)
I'm not an infiltrator, btw. Interesting that the use of a handle based ona Monty Python character would lead one to think that. If you read the actual posts I put into the Heath ledger debate, you'll see, though, that I remain polite, respectful and use referenced facts in my logic while debating. This apparantly started getting on the nerves of a few people, who resorted to name-calling ("Liberal denial! Liberal Denial!") when they couldn't respond with facts or logic to address my statements.--DinsdaleP 15:45, 12 March 2008 (EDT)