After takin' a swig o' grog, Homer belched out
this bit o' wisdom:
> But a Microsoft supporter hating those who dissent against Microsoft, is
> like a criminal hating the police for catching him. It's nothing more
> than knee-jerk reciprocation and mindless contradiction. Was the DOJ
> engaged in a "campaign of hate" when they prosecuted Microsoft for
> violation of section 2 of the Sherman Act? Well obviously they /must/
> have been, since they dared to challenge the Vole's "right" to operate
> like gangsters. Punishing criminals is obviously wrong, so dissenting
> against the persistently unethical behaviour of those criminals is
> therefore purely irrational hatred, naturally.
> When such people are reminded of how Microsoft bribed ISO delegates to
> support OOXML, and bribed Nigerian education officials to wipe Mandriva
> from children's laptops, and any one of the thousands of other vile
> things that Microsoft do as their standard business practise, does it
> even register in their minds, I wonder, or is it filtered out by their
> rose-tinted spectacles?
> There can be only one of two possible explanations. Either they believe
> that all of this documented evidence against Microsoft is a lie
> (presumably including all the evidence provided by the DOJ; the EU
> commission; Joe Comes; and countless others in court), or they fully
> accept the truth of this evidence, but just happen to think it's
> perfectly acceptable behaviour.
> IOW they are either utterly delusional or evil bastards.
> Take your pick.
Or they're just trolling. I suppose that could be construed as an
indication of being either utterly delusional or evil bastards.