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The Wikipedia Impeaches Congress

January 31, 2006 8:11 PM

This is awesome: "This RFC is being opened in order to further a centralized discussion concerning actions to be taken against US Congressional staffers and possibly other federal employees who have engaged in unethical and possibly libelous behavior in violation of Wikipedia policies. The editors from these IP ranges have been rude, abrasive, immature, and show disregard for Wikipedia policy. The editors have frequently tried to censor the history of elected officials, often replacing community articles with censored biographies despite other users' attempts to dispute these violations. They also violate Wikipedia:Verifiability, by deleting verified reports, while adding flattering things about members of Congress that are unverified. The offending editors have been blocked."

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Tom from Madison:

Particularly disturbing to me were the Republican Congressmen removing unflattering references to Tom DeLay! A lot of loyal Republican foot-soldiers seem very concerned that the truth will be out about how their party came to power and how they reward their base.

How timely that Ken Lay is now on trial. He managed to arrange for Enron to donate $550,000 to the Bush campaign. This $ WAS STOLEN FROM THE COMPANY EMPLOYEES AND STOCKHOLDERS.

Sat Feb 4 2006 11:05 PM


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