It's called sarcasm, my dear friends, and since you were all painting me to be the bad guy, I thought you could sense the sarcasm dripping in my, er, words. My kind friend alli0707 has been giving me this persona of a horse-murderer (since I don't support her ridiculous opinion) so I thought I would give her something to fuel her fire. If you think I was actually going to kill baby horses, then, I must say, you are sadly mistaken.....as I am the one who is actually doing the horse rescuing, as I might remind you.
So, am I still a bad person? I'm not the one making false claims, lying, saying I know more than I do, falsifying evidence, making up bogus statistics, pointing fingers, swearing, putting folks on my "selfish people" list, or being immature.
You may not think I'm nice, but the fact is, I'm not the one being rude, even though others are (and it's directed at me, so I must play the bad guy, even though I'm the only one actually doing anything for equine rights here). I'm simply pointing out what should be obvious and separating fact from fiction, because if there's anything I can't and won't tolerate it's lying.
And, alli0707, as for me "not letting stuff in," I'm not so dedicated to any view I hold that I won't consider change. I am always willing to learn more, and change my opinion as a result, something that you apparently cannot or will not do (instead you retreat and call me a "bad person"). If you had given me any meaningful evidence to support that you were in the right and I was wrong, I honestly would have backed down and admitted my fault. Yet you could produce no statistics, articles, or other information to back up your claims.
I will leave you with this quote from the great Bertrand Russell:
"The opinions that are held with passion are always those for which no good ground exists; indeed the passion is the measure of the holder’s lack of rational conviction."