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[–] Charley 1 points 43 points (+44|-1) ago 

But, like judges, mods must differentiate between their opinions and enforcing the rules of their subs.

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[–] Trip 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Exactly this. There is a massive difference in a moderator stating an opinion, and maybe even polling a rule about their idea. For example if you want a sub with political correctness, why not poll that? Why not just outright make the sub and say it's gonna be politically correct. Don't impose your political correctness on other subverses though.

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[–] bill.lee 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

But you also must recognize this hasn't been the case. Anything that has been deleted should have been deleted. All of this ire is because she expressed an opinion that someone didn't like. It's not opinion enforced in practice. The last comments I can see our either poor 'ol Amalek or the guy that posted a dox. Perhaps @somescientologist's post should have stayed up. This is perhaps the only one in question. Every other post that was removed broke rule one and the posts are pretty damn innocuous...it's tough to imagine there is some conspiracy to their deletion. My point is simply this: save the ire for a time it is actually deserved.

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[–] MisterDave_ 17 points -16 points (+1|-17) ago 

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[–] anustart2015 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

was that really the best context to post this?