NoLibPerson wrote: Positively4thStreet wrote:
NoLibPerson wrote:Seems more than slightly presumptuous to provide an interpretation of Matt's offer in a manner other than what he actually stated.
I don't think so. Matt stated, "The NLNA is a nonprofit charity and does not endorse specific political parties or candidates." As I mentioned, a NLNA-sponsored event
turned into a heated Obama rally. In other words, the NLNA HEAVILY ENDORSED a candidate! Therefore, Matt lied. I think it is quite prudent to question anything Matt says on the topic of partisan politics. He has blatantly shown this.
Sounds to me like Matt is just one more person you have a personal problem with in the neighborhood. I'll bet in a quick poll of the board asking whose posts are you more likely to trust---Matt or Positively4thStreettroll---you would, fittingly, be the clear loser. You should also really be careful about slandering people publicly. You could end up getting sued.
Did Matt clearly state that the NLNA is politically neutral? Yes. Did the very same person turn an NLNA event into a political rally? Yes. Do you know the difference between slander and libel? No. Do you know what either slander or libel actually means? No. Is veracity confirmed by taking a poll? No. Do I give a shit that you have a personal problem with me? No. Am I correct on all these points? Indeed. I know you just want to be right, but you are not, and arguing over established facts just makes you a goof. Maybe we could take a poll to prove that.
Matt, care to comment? Maybe you could set this straight? Anyone else from the NLNA care to comment since Matt seems to be strategically silent on the question?
And I have absolutely no problem with Matt. Heck, I have no problem with his political agenda. I do, however, have a problem with his mendacious statement and when his words don't match his actions when he is acting in an official capacity. Since the NLNA claims to represent the neighbors, of which I am one, I think we deserve an official reply on this issue. After all, what I witnessed at that NLNA event turned political rally could possibly jeopardize their not-for-profit status.