You can always spot a hypocrite by how selectively s/he complains about "bad behavior" in others, yet is silent when s/he or a favored ally behaves execrably.
Greggie, Paul Tanner, Edmond David, and Wayne Bishop, to name just some of the more obvious hypocrites here, demonstrate the above to perfection. Not once has any one of them dared to criticize the rude, libelous, unethical, or vulgar posts of any of the other or anyone who behaved badly in attacking reformers or reform.
And neither will they ever do so. People like this travel in packs and exhibit a pack mentality. And when they can't win, they howl and whine like the dogs they are.
On Jul 3, 2007, at 12:10 PM, Greg Goodknight wrote:
> Michael Paul Goldenberg wrote: >> There's nothing to say about this other than to point out that >> Greggie once again makes thinly-veiled threats to report me to one >> or more authorities because he dislikes my diction (but of course, >> what he truly hates is my point of view and insistence on standing >> up to him and the other math fascists). > > It is clear that is how you rationalize your behavior, but it was > never about your point of view, or your voice. It is about your > behavior. Offensive, obscene, slanderous. The troll under the math- > teach bridge. > > In the past there were a number of folks here who, while having > views completely contrary to the MC/HOLD crowd, could hold up their > side of a interesting dialog without resorting to ad hominems. > Congratulations, Mike, they're gone. The last of them left while I > was taking a breather, so don't put that feather in my cap. > >> >> Were he to report me to any of the powers that be he mentions, it >> would not be his first effort to stifle my voice here. He has >> always failed, as has his dear mentor, Wayne Bishop. > > You have moderated your behavior in the past, you will in the > future. Right now I gather you don't have much to lose. > > -Greg > >