I thought I would ignore it, but this has been driving me up the wall. Liminal, I don't think your post relating to the visit of the US secretary of state, Dr. Condoleezza Rice to Lebanon should remain here as it is. True, you are an administrator of this forum, and I am but a measely contributor. True, you have every right to have an issue with the US government relating to Iraq. True you have every right of not agreeing with, hating, making fun of or insulting them.
I do not think, however, that it's ok to post insults on a blog that represents Lebanese bloggers. I do not think that descending to profanity is a way to make yourself heard.
We all have the right to our own personal political views, but let's look at things without bias. The woman came to Lebanon and not to Syria, making a point of supporting the Lebanese in their new-found independence. She promised support, and was nothing but positive. She berated Syria for it's trade embargo, and for the attempts at destabilizing Lebanon. She conceded that Shebaa was Lebanese.
What was wrong with all of the above?
Again, this is not a call for censorship, you all know that I am very vocal when it comes to stating my opinions. Each of us is entitled to that. However, much as I feel with the Iraqis suffering daily, it has very little to do with Lebanon. We need to draw the line between criticism, and ignorant profanity.
I vote you modify the post in question.