Charles is now sneering at the Huffington Post for closing their comments section on a post concerning Margaret Thatcher:
Margaret Thatcher was admitted to a hospital yesterday for observation, but she’s apparently fine and was released today.So what's wrong here? Even if we assume that mean-spirited vitriol would ensue (could it get worse than a certain blog we've all heard about?), common sense tells us that it's nothing short of wise to shut out the alleged onslaught of hatred.
At Arianna Huffington’s left-wing hate site, they had to close comments on their post about it, of course, because they know that a deluge of mean-spirited vitriol would ensue: Former British PM Thatcher in Hospital - The Huffington Post.
This all is naturally very amusing, as LGF - certainly not notorious for being a major internet centre for willful collective stupidity - has seen many incidents of deletion-worthy comments appearing in droves. The lizard king has barely done anything to prevent all of that, and in some incidents even defended it tooth-and-nail against any action taken against it.
So Chuckie, if you want to remove a couple of the many reasons why LGF Watch exists, you might as well take Huffington Post as an example and follow suit.