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It's simple, and a strategy I've seen countless times. I'm on a list-serv for professors, and anytime somebody posts something "liberal," there's always a bunch of objections raised about how the list-serv is supposed to be purely for academic announcements, etc. It's really just some conservatives who can't or don't want to engage with the discussion. It *bothers* them. However, instead of just doing the sensible thing and ignore the posts they don't like, they want to try to get it removed so they don't have to deal with it.
I've seen the behavior from all kinds of fanatics. Maybe you're a fundamentalist Christian and hearing about evolutionary theory bothers you. Do you take the time to learn about the theory, keep an open mind that perhaps what you've been taught is wrong? Of course not. You simply argue that the textbooks should be changed so your kids won't learn about it. Out of sight, out of mind.
At any rate, I don't see how even an arch-conservative could have serious objections about wiki leaks. No matter what political views you support, I've never heard anyone who thought hypocrisy and corruption were good things. Surely, we can at least agree on that.
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