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Offensive Chatham Chatlist posts, lawsuits and other c*ap

By Mark Stinson
Posted Tuesday, October 8, 2013

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Siler City, NC - I have been guilty of making Chatham Chatlist posts on misinformation. I have offended people off and I have made people smile. I have made a fool of myself here several times.

This is an open forum where people speak their mind. It's the nature of people in this country to speak their minds. It is guaranteed under the constitution that we can do that.

We can make a complete fools of ourselves whining and complaining about things that do not go our way or support our agendas. We can make allegations and idle meaningless threats that often are ignored by those with good sense. We can respond with intelligent recourse or just ignore it.

When you start to bend rules and make threats to force your opinions to shut someone up with differing opinions your no different than a tyrannical leader who forces people to buy something they cant afford; a spoiled brat.

We all have opinions and this post is my opinion and I am allowed under the constitution to voice it clearly. If I send someone a message and they feel offended or threatened, it is stupidly foolish to blame the mail man. One thing about the Chatham Chatlist that everyone knows; if you don't like a post scroll on down. If you don't like the way its done , unsubscribe.

This is America like it or leave it!

Goodnite Mark

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