Rest assured, we'll eventually be returning to this whole notion of blogging anonymity, but let's check in with Blogging Tory "Neo Conservative" to see him harangue us all with his notions of decorum, shall we?
The guy who very publicly crapped all over the mother of a dead Canadian soldier... is now crying foul...
CC apparently just doesn't get it.
The primary issue here isn't anonymity... it's about a nasty little piece of shite, finally getting the grief that he deserves.
By all means, read the whole thing, but appreciate that Neo's entire point is that someone who's as callous, thoughtless and vulgar as I am deserves what he gets. Got that? Make sure you got that, because here's where it gets fun.
See, Neo has his own skeletons in the closet. Like here, where he gets his jollies denigrating our own Liberal Catnip:
LAST WORD: Who is Libnip?
"a mid-40s woman on permanent disability living well below the poverty line"
I guess that explains having ample time to cut and paste lengthy, interminable leftbot screeds... in between regularly spaced meltdowns about personal injustice.
As JimBobby would say, Whooooeee! That's some devastating wit there, Neo -- making fun of someone's who's on permanent disability. And, since LC posted it for the world to read once, I don't think I'm violating any confidences when I suggest that we go see exactly what that means:
Okay. I just came home from the dr's a while ago and I'm still trying to absorb the news. I suppose that will take me a while...
The Bad News: They found scoliosis, which my dr labeled as degenerative. Since I've never had that portion of my spine x rayed before, it could be congenital. My 81 yr old mom was born with it and also has osteoarthritis, but she's still mobile. But, in addition to that, I also have bone spurs in my spine. Thus, all of the pain.
As for what's to be done about my back, my dr advised me to "stay very active" and to see a physiotherapist ASAP to get some exercises and, hopefully, some treatment to help the pain. I certainly won't be doing Jane Fonda style aerobics, I can guarantee you that. But maybe more exercises will help me shed that extra 10 pounds as a bonus too.
Of course, the word that bothers me the most in all of this is "degenerative". In other words, this isn't going to get any better and could end up being debilitating - not that it hasn't been already at times - but it will get worse. So, I'm a bit rattled, to say the least.
Chronic PTSD diagnosed in 1995 (yes, I still have symptoms); fibromyalgia in 1999 (or so); lupus, one year after that; and now this.
I'm falling apart.
Go ahead -- read that whole piece, too. So, Neo -- what's it like making fun of someone who's on permanent disability due to lupus, fibromyalgia, scoliosis and a host of other physical problems, hmmm? It's too bad she's not in a wheelchair, I'll bet you could have made fun of that too, right? 'Cuz there's nothing more hilarious than mocking the sick, is there? As long as they're leftbots, right?
Anyway, Neo, where were we? Oh, right ... you were lecturing us on civility. Carry on.
YEAH, RAPHAEL, THAT'S GONNA HAPPEN: From the comments section, Blogging Tory Raphael Alexander has an interesting suggestion:
I think the best thing for you to do is to apologize for your eulogizing tastes, lay off the anti-conservative rhetoric for a while, and actually post some article of worthwhile news and information.
And what a delightfully reasonable idea that is -- I will cease to point out the outrageous, perpetual hypocrisy, dishonesty, ignorance and scientific illiteracy of Canada's right-wing political "pundits" because, um, I once wrote a rude article.
Sure, Raph, that sounds fair and balanced. You and your BT colleagues can go on day after day lying, distorting and misrepresenting damned near everything under the sun, hypocritically defending the same political corruption that you so once railed against while contemptuously dismissing any and all of your critics as deranged, lunatic moonbats, leftards and whiners, and I should give you a break because, yeah, I once wrote that blog post.
I'll get back to you on that, Raph. Feel free to hold your breath.