Shouldn't the personal comments be removed, or at least rephrased? The word "I" does not really belong in an encyclopedia article. By the way, conservatives use mockery, too. And wouldn't a good case example be the Emporer's New Clothes (where mockery would have exposed his vanity)? Human 14:25, 2 May 2007 (EDT)
- Good point, mockery isn't always evil. Swift satirized the established church with his egg-shaped island, and his Modest Proposal is, well, a sort of "poster child" of mockery (see Satire). --Ed Poor 14:29, 2 May 2007 (EDT)
How can you honestly have this statement in here "Liberals always do this, so as to distract people from seeing the real facts." Liberals ALWAYS do this? I think this is taking things a step past conservative bias. --Colest 12:23, 14 May 2007 (EDT)
- That is a pretty broad and bold statement to make. I'm sure there's a conservative or two out there that has mocked someone before too, should we include that as well? Jrssr5 14:38, 14 May 2007 (EDT)
Bush's gaffes would not be a big deal if he were a good president--443276 14:48, 14 May 2007 (EDT)
If you want to hear a conservative mocking a liberal, just tune into the Rush Limbaugh show.--443276 14:49, 14 May 2007 (EDT)
- Bang! and the stain on the articles reliability has gone? Anyone want to find some hilariously mocking conservative and liberal propaganda posters that I can give as sources? --WikinterpreterLiaise with the cabal?
Is this supposed to be a real article, or is it a self-parody? I'm just asking, as I have had articles 10x better than this one huffedn.--SeanTheSheep 15:06, 14 May 2007 (EDT)