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Blog Wars! It Is Not Wise To Cross The Most High!

Well, that didn’t take long. The formal primary season hasn’t even started, but even the casual observer must be struck by the distressingly predictable emergence of circular firing squads in the righty blogosphere.

We at Unified Patriots can not spare our readers from this phenomenon. But we can guide you through the dangers we all face when crossing the most high lords and ladies of the realm. Or the people who think they are.

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Career financial professional with 30+ years in treasury management. American Airlines retiree. Lifelong Republican with center-right views. Host of Italian Tomatoes radio show on Blog Talk Radio. Managing Editor- www.jetamore.com, a travel and aviation blog.

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  1. Amen, Street.

    Believe it or not, it is possible to disagree, even passionately, without having it be in a disagreeable manner.

    Why that is so hard for so many on the Right to figure out is beyond me. But it is one of the major reason this site was founded.

    So jump on in…the water’s perfect.

  2. It was an aire of arrogance and distain at another site that caused me to leave there forever.
    People coming here, (or there), seeking information should not have to defend themselves for not having full information. Asking questions and questioning positions is a natural part of that ‘seeking’ in the first place.

    • Agree, EBL. The masterful Streetwise points out by the very tenor of his post what makes Unified Patriots so special (okay, I’m a biased editor, but at least I don’t crawl out from under a rock and bludgeon anybody)!

      It is a very fine line to walk for a website to be both relevant and non-PC.

      We value everybody’s opinions, and feedback is welcome. But that is well known, or we wouldn’t have the readership we do. If we fail to take the high road I’m betting you’ll be among the first to tell us so. Thanks for your support and constant input.

    • Exactly

      So let’s berate someone who’s trying to educate themselves, or testing arguments in the crucible of a public opinion forum.

      Yeah…because that’s gonna get ’em to participate more and become an ally of your cause.

      /rolls eyes.

  3. LOL, guys. I am very much so aware of the situational context of which you are speaking. Even amongst conservatives, we can have differences not only in opinions but also regarding priorities. Destroying our allies before we go to battle? Too foolish for words.

  4. Hahaha, y’all are funny!

    Hey, what can I say? I’m a societal/social first person, not political first. That puts me on the outside of a lot of discussions that go on at politically-oriented websites. Not blowing my own horn here, but I’ve got fairly good instincts on the social/societal influences. It’s just an intuitive thing for me that comes naturally.

    Anyway, this whole “so-and-so started it” type of conversation that has gone on elsewhere during the past few days…when it comes to building strong relationships with those who should be and could be your allies, watching this type of situation unfold is a bit like watching someone cut off their nose to spite their face, and then cry that their face hurts when the relationship with said allies is damaged.

  1. Amen, Street.

    Believe it or not, it is possible to disagree, even passionately, without having it be in a disagreeable manner.

    Why that is so hard for so many on the Right to figure out is beyond me. But it is one of the major reason this site was founded.

    So jump on in…the water’s perfect.

  2. It was an aire of arrogance and distain at another site that caused me to leave there forever.
    People coming here, (or there), seeking information should not have to defend themselves for not having full information. Asking questions and questioning positions is a natural part of that ‘seeking’ in the first place.

    • Agree, EBL. The masterful Streetwise points out by the very tenor of his post what makes Unified Patriots so special (okay, I’m a biased editor, but at least I don’t crawl out from under a rock and bludgeon anybody)!

      It is a very fine line to walk for a website to be both relevant and non-PC.

      We value everybody’s opinions, and feedback is welcome. But that is well known, or we wouldn’t have the readership we do. If we fail to take the high road I’m betting you’ll be among the first to tell us so. Thanks for your support and constant input.

    • Exactly

      So let’s berate someone who’s trying to educate themselves, or testing arguments in the crucible of a public opinion forum.

      Yeah…because that’s gonna get ’em to participate more and become an ally of your cause.

      /rolls eyes.

  3. LOL, guys. I am very much so aware of the situational context of which you are speaking. Even amongst conservatives, we can have differences not only in opinions but also regarding priorities. Destroying our allies before we go to battle? Too foolish for words.

  4. Hahaha, y’all are funny!

    Hey, what can I say? I’m a societal/social first person, not political first. That puts me on the outside of a lot of discussions that go on at politically-oriented websites. Not blowing my own horn here, but I’ve got fairly good instincts on the social/societal influences. It’s just an intuitive thing for me that comes naturally.

    Anyway, this whole “so-and-so started it” type of conversation that has gone on elsewhere during the past few days…when it comes to building strong relationships with those who should be and could be your allies, watching this type of situation unfold is a bit like watching someone cut off their nose to spite their face, and then cry that their face hurts when the relationship with said allies is damaged.

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