posted on Dec, 27 2011 @ 03:48 AM
I don't see how it has anything to do with discrimination. There is a section designated specifically for religion, are the site owners bigots because
they have made this? No, they are efficient. Obviously, on a site such as this, there would be a lot of threads started involving religious theology.
So, they create a place for these threads to allow for more organization and easy access.
I support Doctor Paul, yet I am still becoming annoyed with the constant threads related to him. Not that I would normally care but these threads are
usually beating a dead horse of information. The same thread about the same Ron Paul-related subject. Also, there are just as many threads complaining
about these Ron Paul threads!
The threads about Doctor Paul are starting to dilute the other threads, in my opinion. We have just as many threads (if not more) on Ron Paul than we
do Religion. I honestly think a Ron Paul forum area, at least one that is temporary, should be placed into effect.
In regards to the counter-argument:
I know it is strictly circumstantial but I have not seen this many threads made about any politician, including President Obama. I understand that if
it was about somebody such as Barack Obama, there would not be another thread created because it is relevant, and so is Doctor Paul. However, the
threads are getting out-of-hand and, at least, if they were all in one area, we could easily browse them and pick through the duplicates that can be
such a hassle for moderators to constantly watch for and delete.
Heck, if the site developers really wanted to get crazy, they could create a whole sub-section strictly related to the United States Presidential
Campaign and create sub-forums within there related to each candidate. Of course, that probably won't happen on a international website, but a
creative idea, nonetheless.
edit on 27-12-2011 by ErroneousDylan because: Just like making you read this.