In Reply to: Re: where is the logic? posted by FSM on December 10, 2005 at 22:31:41:
I have allowed, and will always allow, anyone who wants to question me about my tenure in the COG to ask about it, privately or publicly. Others asked about my tenure, I wanted to ask about their tenure, and published works. If they elect not to answer my questions, that is their right to freedom of speech (or non speech, if you will), but are you suggesting that I shouldn't ask the questions just because someone elects not to answer them? In other words, does another's right to not answer my questions preclude me from my right to ask them?