I did it.
I deleted my first relative on Facebook.
Should I feel bad?
I do and I don't.
I had said that I wouldn't delete people over political crap and I haven't.
This was sort of political, I guess.
Why can't people respect someone else's opinion?
Why is that so hard?
I've hid all the posts calling names like retarded and stupid.
I suffered through reading that libs are the worst thing on earth and rethugs are scum.
What got me today was my uncle telling his former foster daughter not to ever post something like that so it appeared on his page. He would delete her.
And if she had those opinions she was no longer his daughter and friend.
This was all over a poster with a Bill Maher quote about insurance.
What made me so mad was the fact that someone should be allowed to have their own opinion without someone saying "If you don't agree with me, I won't like you anymore. Na na na boo boo. Stick your head in doo doo!"
What are you- 2?
So, I went to his page to delete him and I see he is voting no on prop 37.
I just have to shake my head at that.
In case you don't know.
Proposition 37 is to requiring GMO labeling in California.
The anti-labeling campaign is in full swing telling the voters how bad it would be for them, the consumers, if they really knew what was in their food.
Costs would go up and the food doesn't need labeled cause there is nothing wrong with it.
Did the snickers bar go up when they had to start telling you there were peanuts in it?
Bt corn causes insects stomachs to explode, but that's OK.
You go ahead and eat it and we aren't going to tell you that you are eating it.
If you don't care if you eat it and that it was never tested before being fed to the masses and that the government says its OK, that's fine.
But, why be against letting people have a choice?
That's his opinion.
I am just getting sick of all the negativity.
Can't we all just get along?