Forum talk:Are facts grounds for deletion?

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edit True political facts, and other deleted prose

No, not grounds for deletion, but if you happen to make fun of Liberals and Liberalism like I do, and cite sources for factual content, expect the articles to be vandalized and blanked or someone to place a "this article is bullshit" comment on the article page. Those things bore me to no end and prove that liberals must have thin skin like some people who are religious and object to our articles that make fun of religion and religious things. Oddly enough the conservatives don't do that to the articles that make fun of conservatives and conservatism, so either they have thick enough skin to take a joke, or don't read Uncyclopedia. BTW I am a moderate economic liberal, liberals accuse me of being a neocon and conservatives accuse me of being a liberal, which bores me to no end as well. Most of the people making problems in the world are on one extreme end of the political compass or the other, but us moderates get stuck in the crossfire between them. I mean protestants split up into two groups, one left-wing group that supports secularism and liberalism, and one right-wing group that are Fundamentalist and Evangelists and supports radical Christianity and conservatism. Most Roman Catholics are moderates, but get accused of being Protestants. George W. Bush is a right-wing protestant but obviously all anti-religious folk seem to want to say that all Christians must be like him, and that Jesus needs to be rescued from Christians because religion is bad, and Jesus must have been an atheist philosopher like Socrates or something and Christians misquoted him and his teachings were corrupted by Paul. Now Roman Catholics follow Peter's (The First Pope was Peter) letters, and Peter knew Jesus. But Protestants follow Paul, who had a vision of Jesus, and was skeptical and taught against Jesus, until he had his vision and changed his name from Saul to Paul. Still, 'tis the season to oppose facts like Christmas is a religious holiday that promotes peace on Earth and goodwill towards all and everyone can enjoy that concept, and go on political and legal campaigns to remove any religious thing from the public and keep telling people that religion is bad and should be removed because if one ignores all of the good that religion does, like shelter the homeless, feed the hungry, give clothes to the naked, pay for the medical bills of the sick, provide scholarships, and teach Mercy, Forgiveness, and Love as Jesus wanted us to follow is wrong because of some extremists and radicals who start wars and murder people in the name of religion, but actually don't believe in the teachings that religion teaches against those sort of things, and logically it makes them hypocrites, and technically atheists because they do not actually believe in god or Jesus only their own selfish nature, but hey let's take it out on all religious people, even those who never harmed anyone or did anything bad in their entire lives. Liberals never did any bad things either, their corruption does not count, and if they did do something bad, they should just blame the conservatives for lying to them and tricking them into doing something bad. I mean nothing says Liberalism than to blame somebody else for your own bad decisions and bad behavior and actions. Don't ask me about that, I take responsibility for my own actions and behaviors, that I try to deal with mental illnesses, and getting death threats and hate mail telling me to go kill myself this time of year for my articles I contributed to that make fun of liberals, kind of takes the reason out of the season for me. --Lt. Sir Orion Blastar (talk) 01:31, 25 December 2006 (UTC)

“Help me, somebody rescue me! George W. Bush and other right-wing fundamentalist christians are holding me hostage! Help me, preferably some atheist or secular humanist, I'll even settle for some liberal!”
Source of the citation. --Lt. Sir Orion Blastar (talk) 01:55, 25 December 2006 (UTC)
I find it hilarious how you take every possible opportunity to go on some rant against liberal and liberalism; especially on a site like uncyclopedia, which isn't really meant to deal with political discussions. --Composure1 02:27, 25 December 2006 (UTC)
I do so, only because it is hilarious to do so. I try to be funny, even in my political rants. Gosh, you don't think that this can be confused for a humor site? I thought it was a political site full of liberals who attack right-wingers. Could have fooled me! You mean this is not The Daily Kos? --Lt. Sir Orion Blastar (talk) 04:10, 25 December 2006 (UTC)
Good god! Talk about taking a right turn off topic! I enjoy the occasional non sequitur, but jeez...--Sir Modusoperandi Boinc! 03:17, 25 December 2006 (UTC)
It has to be over the top to be a genuine Orion Blastar rant(TM), there are plenty of Orion Blastar wannabes and posers out there who cannot rant as hilarious as I can, accept no substitutions! --Lt. Sir Orion Blastar (talk) 04:10, 25 December 2006 (UTC)
Seriously, Orion, long discussions of humor about liberalism are approriate for Talk:Liberals or for politically-centered off-topic forum threads, but seriously, writing that long of a block of text about how uncyc hates us conservatives isn't cool. Really, its the length issue. As soon as two or three people start posting really long comments, a forum thread gets very hard to read and people who need to glean vital info from a thread won't have time to sort through it. More people than you have this issue, and there are exceptions to the rule, but I have noticed that you do frequently post monster length replies. ---QuillRev. Isra (talk) 03:19, 25 December 2006 (UTC)
Egads! I had no idea that real live Conservatives even read Uncyclopedia. I thought you were all busy with plans of taking over the world and making a profit from the war on terror and hijacking Jesus away from everyone else esp at this time of year than create an account and read and post on Uncyclopedia forums. I get my info on conservatives from liberals, so you know it is the truth about you guys! --Lt. Sir Orion Blastar (talk) 04:10, 25 December 2006 (UTC)
*skims lengthy paragraph unrelated to this discussion and bashing liberals with no discernable purpose* ...Yeah, looks like trolling to me. I mean goddammit, does every forum topic need to be about politics? --User:Nintendorulez 12:26, 25 December 2006 (UTC)
Why not every forum topic is about bashing right-wingers, so I decided to be different and bash left-wingers instead. Ho ho ho! Jingle Bells, Batman smells! Robin laid an egg! The Batmobile lost a wheel and The Joker got away, hey! --Lt. Sir Orion Blastar (talk) 19:51, 25 December 2006 (UTC)
OrionBlastar, you know that Christmas was originally a Neanderthal celebration of the Summer Solstice (due to season-creep it has become the Winter Solstice but nevermind) and that evil communists invented the Christmas Tree as a way to increase the chances of Christians burning down their own houses by hooking up electrical cords to large flammable objects and then putting them in their living rooms? Darn them evil communists! Merry Christmas, you ole fiscally moderate socially conservative Uncyclopedia writtar!----OEJ 16:42, 25 December 2006 (UTC)
Yeah and New Year used to be in April as well. Only we changed it into April Fool's Day to make fun of the Neanderthals who still worship it. :) BTW I am a Moderate Economic Liberal, please check the Test results to find out why. I am more into John Forbe Nash's Game Theory than Classic Economic theory or Keynesian Theory, not that you know the difference between them anyway. :) --Lt. Sir Orion Blastar (talk) 19:01, 25 December 2006 (UTC)
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