Sunday, July 26, 2009


Toward the top of my internet priority list is my Pro-life Strike website. Prefaced right here at "Dogpatch, Ergo Sum" and officially launched in January 2009, it hasn't yet generated the interest for which I was hoping. But the concept seems so basic and relevant to me: that we recognize how our tax dollars are fueling the abortion holocaust, and simply begin to withdraw that tax support. So I keep trying, recently adding a blog to the site to try to attract some traffic via search engines, blog links, etc.

Near the bottom of my web interests are anonymous and pseudonymous bloggers, who appear mostly irrelevant.

These two extremes came together earlier today when one of these irrelevant bloggers left a comment on my aforementioned blog. The no-name commenter recently launched a blog entitled "Operation Counterstrike", which advocates violence against pro-life activists.

I don't know if this is meant as a counter to my site, and it still isn't the type of interest for which I've been looking. But I'll take encouragement nonetheless. If my site can attract the attention of a pro-abort, albeit a bit player, perhaps it is hitting a nerve after all.


GrannyGrump said...

That's just SoMG, who used to haunt Jill Stanek's site. Just nuke his comments (I call it "comment abortions") and he'll get tired and go away. SoMG never adds anything worthwhile. He's like a seagull -- fly in, make a lot of noise, crap all over everything, and fly away.

Jerry said...

Your seagull analogy makes me smile, and like your websites, too. Am inclined to leave the hostile comment; it's quite instructive.

SoMG is an acronym (?) for ...???

OperationCounterstrike said...

Hey, you (Jerry) and Granny Grump (Christina Dunigan) are ALWAYS welcome to leave comments on