User talk:Lexda

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Conservative Bias

If you continue to make unsubstantiated edits to the already murky Conservative Bias article, then I will block you. Please follow the Conservapedia:Commandments.--IDuan 15:44, 1 February 2008 (EST)

It's an encyclopedia before it is a wiki - that's why we occasionally lock pages. You're attempt to use that encyclopedia entry to "even the score" was completely unacceptable. Also, typically on Conservapedia you keep the talk conversations in one place - don't ping-pong convos.--IDuan 15:51, 1 February 2008 (EST)
I humbly apologize then, but I was simply trying to standardize the articles. I noticed that the Liberal Bias page had far more content than the Conservative Bias page. If you prefer, we could just take off the "Examples of Liberal Style" part; it's fairly inaccurate, unneeded (mostly just insulting, not actually informative), and seems in itself a grand example of Conservative Bias.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Lexda (talk)
What you added and what's in Liberal bias are completely different - don't even try to compare them.--IDuan 15:57, 1 February 2008 (EST)
Actually, I simply went through and changed certain words around, such as replacing every instance of Liberal with Conservative, and vice versa. There are actually fewer entries in the Conservative version, if you'll notice. Perhaps we should just take it off of the Liberal Bias page to begin with?
And, for the record, could you please explain to me how to sign posts? Y'know, the automatic version that includes the date and such. I knew at one time, but seem to have forgotten...Lexda