Reader Marcus says I never answer his e-mails and tweets. He does have a point and it is something I feel awful about—it is just me here and if I answered every e-mail I receive every day, I would have no time to research and write stories and I would have no life at all.
So for that I continue to apologize and to be honest it is the fact that I can’t answer all of your e-mails that every day makes me want to hang it up after nearly 13 years of continuous posting either here or at ‘Frauds and Crooks.’
Here is Marcus (he says I won’t post his comment!). By the way, I screen comments and I am awfully slow at getting to that job too. This is from yesterday.
We need a National Mandate on forced deportations for refugees and illegal aliens.
PS.. to the lady who runs this site, thanks for never answering my tweets and email.
You’re exactly like a politician, you care nothing about the people that support you. [Support? How?—ed]
I know you’ll delete this comment too, liberals like you don’t like criticism.
He is right about twitter. I’ve slacked off on twitter lately. It is all just a competition for who can post the most titillating tidbits aimed at a small segment of America.
As a volunteer writer I could hang around twitter or facebook for a big chunk of the day, tweeting, retweeting, commenting and so forth, or I could research and write posts.
Now, I’ll see what I think would be something that readers might like to hear about (would find useful) and at the same time is something I want to write about (whether I have readers like Marcus or not!).