It's about f'ing time!
But what really burns my ass is the fact that they simply yanked my posting privilages without so much as a warning, in what was obviously a mistake. They took faulty intelligence (gathered by a software robot) and acted upon it without any due process or investigation.
Sort of like the Bush administration.
The parallels between Google's anti-spam efforts and Bush's policies are striking:
Both Google and George Bush are willing to suspend people's rights without due process.So, after four days, I'm back.
Both Google and George Bush draw faulty conclusions from invalid data.
Both Google and George Bush are slow to repair their mistakes.
(In Bush's case, we'll probably NEVER see that!)
I would have liked to have discussed Sen. Lou DeLuca's little escapade with organized crime (allegedly). I would have liked to have commented upon the pre-debate activities in New Hampshire. And I especially would like to have had the opportunity to talk about Tom Allen's brilliant scheme to combat Joe Lieberman's support of his friend and Republican Sue Collins.
But instead, I had to deal with this: