Well, it seems like everyone's got an opinion on this recent blogging integrity dust-up, and how to (or how not to) resolve it. For example, we have one Werner Patels who writes thusly (emphasis added):
The Canadian blogosphere is about to face yet another war - one that will see bloggers from the left slug it out with bloggers on the right...
There's more, and it similarly off-the-mark. There is no "blogging war" here. What there is, quite simply, is an outstanding issue that is sitting in the middle of the table that the Blogging Tories seem to want to avoid discussing, and that's what to do when one of their own is caught fibbing.
There is no impending war; there is no looming smackdown; there is no imminent battle. What there is is a simple unresolved question that deserves an answer: How do the Blogging Tories plan on policing other peoples' integrity if they're singularly incapable of looking after their own?
That's the only question on the floor at the moment, and it deserves addressing. All this talk of "war" is simply worthless chatter.