About a year ago I disagreed with Candy on a few things (KJV-only, comma Johanneum and the ten commandments) and found it frustrating that my well-thought-out comments (or diatribes) went unpublished or were edited to her advantage in Q&A sessions. I quit going to her site, but a few weeks ago I thought I'd stop by and see if she was still there. And wouldn't you know it, it was the day after the Sister Charlotte story. I wondered if the RCs were fighting back and a few mouse clicks later I found this site.
I think this comment is significant for a number of reasons:
1. To those nay sayers who think there were just a few Catholics lying about the way Candy handled her visitors in her comment section and on her blog, here is yet one more witness to say, "it happened to me to!"
2. And since Candy seems to favor the "abused victim coming forward" type of story when it suits her purposes, I enjoy it when they come out of the woodwork against her.
3. Candy wrote that she has me handled and she no longer has to be concerned with opposing thoughts on her blog. Yet the search engine is a powerful tool and in just a few clicks the other side of the story is easily accessible.
4. This blog really has grown to be more than just Elena vs. Candy. With the addition of new bloggers and a growing blog roll it's clear that Candy's tactics are offensive to a lot more people than you would ever guess by reading her heavily censored comments.