@f40.n105.z1.fidonet.org (Bruce Baugh) writes:
>MSGID: 1:105/40.23 2cb19a4c
>Do groups like alt.politics.radical-left have problems with folks coming in and
>preaching against them? If not, why are we so, er, favored with "debunkers"?
> * Origin: Esc1.70 - Alpha Rho Gamma Online (1:105/40.23)
Hopefully this is because people in this group listen and are usually
interested and considerate. Further its good to understand the implications
of libertarianism from many aspects and this end is furthered by responding
intelligently to 'debunkers'. I would find the group less interesting,
maybe even boring if everyone in the group shared nearly the same ideas. We
would spend all day just saying "I agree" or being agreed with. Not much
value in that, or are libertarians such a timid minority that we need this
I want all the debunkers to feel free to talk and welcom them. If some
thread gets tiresome I know what to do.
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