Editorial #233: Own Up or Shut Up
Autism Politico has a message for some of those autism advocates who have been clamoring for the public display of Osama Bin Laden’s death photos…
Perhaps it would be in their own interests if they shut their mouths.
These autism advocates don’t like it when blogs quote or put up screen shots of autism advocates or autism advocacy groups involved in questionable activities or alleged misdeeds. They don’t like it when people read those blogs and comment bout those questionable activities and alleged misdeeds.
Well, do these autism advocates think their own hypocrisy is dignified?
These autism advocates might think there is a significant difference between trotting out Bin Laden’s death photos and posting quotes they have made, but is there really a difference at all? If people feel they were hurt by what Bin Laden did and want to see proof of his death and comment on them, and if people feel they have been hurt by autism advocates and want to see proof of the perceived affronts posted publicly and be able to comment on them, what’s the difference?
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