Gentlemen (and Ladies),
Over the course of the last several weeks, I've noticed some posters have gone above and beyond the community guidelines and taken a more "personal" tact in response to varying opinions.
The notion that, as a "Bills fan site", only Bills fans with a rosy, positive, outlook need comment is as wrong as those who comment that all hope is lost. Rumblers' heritage, lineage, IQ, etc. are being called into question on both sides.This is not what this should be about.
As the guidelines say, *"attack the persons' ideas, not the person"*. We don't need this.
I, for one, am not very optimistic about the state of the Bills and have some serious doubts about their direction, but, it's only my opinion. It is no better or worse than that of the Rumbler who thinks we will win the Super Bowl in '12. We all should be able to voice those thoughts without being assailed as disloyal idiots, cretins, jerks, homers, and so on- whatever your stand.
So, before you go off on someone with a comment, could I suggest you hit the preview button and read what you are about to say? Then, consider it from the reverse. How would you feel if someone used your words in a comment to you.
Finally, leave out the personal references to the marital status of someone's mother, etc. You can make your point without that.
Post with respect. Thanks.