DISCLAIMER: I’m not trying to start a forest fire here. Just openly wondering.
This blog has always been about what I find interesting. And yet, as it’s grown, it feels to me that you (Faithful Reader) have a stake in what’s written. You show up every day, read what I have to say and make these little spikes in my Google Analytics become bigger and bigger mountains. I’m grateful.
Last night I wrote about Delta’s IT SNAFU that lead to stopping all flights from taking off for 4+ hours. Things are getting back to normal, but there are many folks who are inconvenienced this morning. I know quite a few and I feel badly that their travel week is off to a bad start. But, that’s not the point of my post today.
Remember That Disclaimer? This Is Not A Political Post
As a general rule, I’ve shied away from writing anything political on my blog. Every once in a while we veer into politics as it relates to the airlines and anti-trust immunity, like the current American/Qantas situation. Those posts don’t get negative backlash and are very topical.
It’s a factually correct statement that the protests started 2 days before the Delta outage.
And yet, Jeanne is getting comments asking her to stop discussing politics. I can’t speak to Jeanne’s motives for publishing the post.
But, it does make me wonder what you, Faithful Reader, wish you’d see/not see on my blog.
That’s a factually correct post that I could have easily written myself, regardless of how I feel about the President. I certainly have strong views on the subject. I expect most Americans do.
I’ve called out airlines and hotels dozens of times when they’re not being honest with us. Am I supposed to not comment on aviation-related matters that directly involve the President?
I’m honestly not sure what my answer is, which is why I’m asking you to weigh in.
Just curious? What are your thoughts on posts like Jeanne’s?
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