Since you don't honor our requests to block lib newsfeeds you now get rid of comments. Brilliant move.
If you are afraid of dialogue that doesn't fit your echo chamber of liberal agenda than you are going to basically lose 75% of your site visits. Once you stop getting the traffic you also will stop getting the ad revenue.
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Lee Norris commented
like that word republican .
Lee Norris commented
how about if w block you idiot republications moron
Jerry Evelyn commented
I don't read Yahoo news or anything else that has "Start slide Show" on it.
Nothing but 2 or 3 sentences and a whole page of ads.
Deanna Weir commented
I already quit reading the news or listening to it - it's nothing but liberal BS!!
The survey site is ran by leeches that need to get a real job; and they will by the summer of next year; maybe they can use their 'skills' to properly label the toilet paper shelves at Walmart...
Steve L commented
Basic marxist rules. . .feed the uneducated masses with lies and disinformation in order to sway their way of thinking. When the election is over, and Trump wins again, it will be time to BOYCOTT Verizon, the owner of the Oath conglomerate (yahoo and huffcompost) and any other business associated with them!
I totally agree. Yahoo, although I'm a lesbian, when I see men insult women or people insult gays in the comments section, even when those are top rated comments, I don't go crying in fear from my laptop. That's my opportunity to argue with them and, even if the person I disagreed with doesn't change his mind, my ability to put the information out there might change the minds of other readers. This also allows me to read why we have conflicts and disagreements in the first place. My ability to persuade does not depend on you silencing my opponents, and the same goes for you. You are a news source, but something is wrong if your ability to persuade relies so heavily on silencing your readers. If you seriously can't persuade your opponents without removing their voice, your opinions might just be wrong.