I was critical of Dox for apologizing to a liberal, so I figured I owed it to the kid to at least familiarize myself with what led up to what shall forever be called "The Unfortunate Incident."
It turns out I was wrong. The fact is, this is what comes from mixing with some very stupid people – Is it legal to take someone's quote, attribute it to him and then critique it, Paxil asked? It's not "plagiarism," he says, because of the attribution. Duh. Except that it wouldn't be plagiarism even without the attribution had Dox made it clear that he wasn't criticizing himself.
What isn't clear is just how stupid the guotee is, but what is certain is that he's not lacking in that area. I mean LEGAL? So sue me. Or rather, sue Dix, since it's the least he deserves for addressing an idiots' convention in the first place.
And I don't say that on a hunch, I read the tread, and it demands I ask, Dox, what were you doing there in the first place?
But the capper is that Ole Paxie has now "complimented" Dox for his "classy" apology. This from a guy who'd previously said this:
"Die-hard conservatives, like die-hard liberals, never let the facts get in the way of the truth. With their bigotry, religious intolerance, disgust for the poor, and theological hypocrisy, conservatives just have a jump start on liberals in the ugliness department."
Very classy. Especially since there are no bigots like show bigots… I mean, liberal bigots…
But what's sickening is how willingly conservatives give in to political correctness when those stinking liberals who foisted that travesty on us all… don't, and I'm tired of trying to get wimpy conservatives to recognize that they are the only ones who ever apologize. Or worse.
"Like me, Like me," Dox seemed to be pleading. Well, Paxie does, Dox… I don't. Feel better? Because he still hates your views, although that's probably just because complex reasoning eludes him. As soon as he can afford that brain add-on, you and he will be solid.