Bit concerned about the people saying they don’t want anyone who supports Romney to be in the Nerdfighting or Harry Potter community. That’s not really how it works. Shutting people out of communities, for one, implies that the way you think is the only thing that matters, which isn’t really a …
I understand what you are saying, however I do disagree.
Nerdfightaria is built, from what I’ve seen and experienced on equality and allowing people be open and honestvwith who they are. These are things Romney has gone strongly against.
I don’t think that people who are republicans should be kicked out but to support both Romney and Nerdfightaria seems to be a profound contradiction in one’s own beliefs.
I understand what you’re saying but how are we going to achieve equality by excluding people from those discussions? And how is it fair to say that because you or I see it as a contradictory belief, it’s objectively a contradictory belief? Furthermore — and this isn’t something that I think you’re necessarily saying, but it’s just something I want to put out there — it’s dangerous to present the Democratic party as a whole as totally supportive equality in every respect e.g. what about equal right to a fair trial? The point is, you can’t make generalisations and the way to avoid such generalisations is to listen to individuals, their contributions and talk about them!