You touched on some things that I have been trying to say in blogs where ever I can.
That comment was made on one of my recent posts, referring not to what I’d written, but to someone else’s comment. The exact subject matter isn’t important. I’m curious what others think of the tactic. I’ve noticed some people that go around and comment on other people’s blogs in what seems to be an agenda-driven way. That is, they have a certain issue they are passionate about, and look for every chance they can to expound on that issue… on other people’s blogs.
Is that how it should work? To my thinking, if you’ve got something that you feel needs to be said, enough that you will try and expound it on numerous blogs, it seems that you should be writing your own blog. I’ve cut off one commenter who tried to drive almost every discussion to a discussion of one particular doctrine. Was I incorrect in doing so? Shouldn’t comments follow the general topic of the post? Or am I being dictatorial in expecting everyone in The Kitchen to discuss what I want discussed?
What do you think, o gentle readers?