I'm sorry to take up people's time with this silly Anonymous guy but I wanted to show people an example of how people turn to blathering name calling and harassment when they do not have a worthy argument to support their opinions. Anonymous is one of them. He continues to post derogatory comments about my children, my family and me because he is mad that I write about Dr. Connor's illegal actions. Is Anonymous Dr. Connor? I don't know but it is definitely someone who is very protective of Dr Edward J Connor because he has taken the time to write over fifteen hundred words (1,500) worth of comments in the last week alone. Anonymous seems to be very upset with me. Although Anonymous' comments do not bother me too much, I feel he is too much of a coward to present any physical danger, I have family and friends who are concerned about Anonymous' potential to cause physical harm because Anonymous clearly isn't the most sane person in the bunch.
Saturday, June 26, 2010
Today I posted all of Anonymous' comments. Anonymous is the name of the person who continues to leave negative comments on this blog. Anonymous claims that they are big into the Father's Rights movement however he never seems to give any facts or credible arguments. Unfortunately, Anonymous has to resort to calling name calling, attacking my mother, and making fun of my children not having a father just because I bring attention to the actions of Dr. Edward J Connor and Dr. Sara Jone-Connor. Anonymous' latest post claimed that I was helping Dr. Connor by advertising for him. Anonymous claimed that Dr. Connor had an advertisement on this blog and Anonymous clicked on it. I think he was mad when I informed him that the blog made money when people click on the links. He claimed that Dr. Connor made more money off of it. If anyone who visited this site went to Dr. Edward J Connor or Dr. Sara Jones-Connor for psychological services, it's on them. I tried my best to warn them. In fact, I am going to start a campaign to warn people in the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky areas about the troubles in the family court system. I explained this to Anonymous in a recent comment on this blog. The following is a copy of the comment in response to Anonymous' latest comment regarding his claim that I was making Dr. Connor money with my internet writings:
"Dr. Connor probably needs the money. I'm sure his mortgage with 5/3 Bank on his house in the Triple Crown Subdivision in Union, Kentucky isn't cheap. There are some nice houses on his street. I have family that lives a couple streets over from Dr. Connor. I wonder if I should warn my family's neighborhood about the troubles within the family court system? Sometimes you just have to grab the REIGHns and fight to bring change for the good of families. It's all about protecting children. www.DanHelpsKids.com."