It just shouldn’t be this easy.
Someone who shall not be named wrote a comment on Nicole’s latest attempt at blogging.
Wait. I’ll just let you see it.
In between all this silly flattering stuff about the “beautiful family” and everyone being “sick in the head” was a very hard truth.
Why are there so many critics? Why are all these critics so disparate? (Not “desperate,” Nicole. “Disparate.” Look it up.) Most of the critics have almost nothing in common apart from their visceral loathing of the Naugler parents. Why?
Yes, some of us in course of this debacle have become friends. But we weren’t friends before this. Regardless of Nicole’s stupid assumptions, I have no ties to the Breckinridge County Sheriff’s Office. I accepted a friend request from someone who reads my blog. That’s it. And until Nicole discovered that this person was my Facebook friend, I didn’t know she had anything to do with the sheriff.
At any rate, this comment was not made by a supporter. It was made by a critic who wanted to point out that when everyone hates you, the problem is probably with you, not everyone else.
Nicole, being clueless, didn’t get it, but hopefully some of her brighter readers will.
It’s not her “political and philosophical beliefs.” Nobody cares about that. I didn’t even know about the whole anarchy thing until well after this blog was started, certainly a long time after Joe came sneaking over to my Facebook page and snooped around and then threatened to sue me.
What motivates me is being told I cannot speak (by Joe), threatened with a lawsuit for having an opinion (by Joe), and then having my son called a dead junkie (by Nicole). Similar stories are the major part of what motivates others. Joe and Nicole have earned this.
And in case Nicole doesn’t believe she’s been had, here’s the comment awaiting moderation.