Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Tare of the Year 2009 Winners are here!
Blogger most likely to apostatize next (also known as the Tare of the Year): While this category sadly has a larger number of contenders than one would want, after my personal review of the website that was nominated by Molly, the winner of Tare of the Year is going to go to the people at the Better Life Society blog brought to us by writer "The Mike". www.betterlifesociety.wordpress.com. This group is filling the internet with venom for the religion they claim to profess. If they are not apostates hiding as members, they will be out of the fold soon. Dishonorable mention is the people at the "Dissenting In Part" blog from our friend Steve M.
Most ridiculous LDS Libtard article (liberal for those who are unfamiliar with the term): We had fewer singled out posts nominations but the winner went to: "Fight Racism, oppose the american renaissance conference." from the Mormon Worker blog.
Favorite Comment by a Libtard: This was a tough category as well. There were so many good nominations. It was a tough battle between Steve M, the Reed's, and too many to count from random people that have given the Mormon Matters blog a reason for being. But from our nominations goes the award to Steve M. with his one two punch as nominated by Great White Hope:
"I frankly don't give a shit what you and your ultra-conservative friends over at "Spirit of the Law" think. You and your buddies are petty, bigoted, and narrow-minded. I hope that there are few Mormons who share your views."
Followed with his comment:
You might want to take note of the LDS Newsroom's essay, The Mormon Ethic of Civility."
Dishonorable mention - anything by "Anonymous". Get a spine people, really.
Favorite 2009 Spirit of the Law Blog Posting: "Mormon Nudist Colony" seems to take the cake for the favorite 2009 SOTL posting. It is also our all time comment leader and the one that made me laugh the most. Honorable mention goes to: WWSD: What Would Santa Do? and Boo.
Worst 2009 Spirit of the Law Blog Posting: This category didn't get a single nomination which is a bit surprising. I expected a pretty big turnout from the left on this one. Oh well-can't say people didn't have a chance.
So that's it for 2009! Lets see what the rest of 2010 brings. So far this year is shaping up to be one of the most active years for politics and other matters of society and law. Thanks for the comments and thanks for all the participants.