Comment of the Week: A Call for Civility
The story of a Dunedin business's sign opposing President Barack Obama's economic viewpoint stirred emotional comments on both sides of the political spectrum.
We appreciate Dee's call for respect and civility in response to a commenter who made criminal allegations about members belonging to a political party, calling them "murderers," "thieves" and "perverts."
... your mentality is not only one sided but also libelous again we come back to the same argument which is NAME CALLING & BASHING which I am so tired of seeing in these posts, I know what you are going to say next why don't you leave & not participate if you are tired of it, well excuse me for expressing my views which is my right to do so & I would like to point out I have never used profanity to put my point across, why can't we all have intelligent conversation & agree to disagree, have some RESPECT, why is that so hard to do, this goes for both parties if you are using foul language, I have no respect for you & that is my clear choice, if you don't like it that's your business!
We like to hear your stories and of course we greatly appreciate it when you agree to disagree in a respectful manner.