Veterans of A to Z, by which I mean people who joined A to Z before the transition last year from the old vBulletin form software to the new-and-mostly-very-much-improved regime, will recall that A to Z had a strict rule prohibiting politically adversarial threads and posts. I have just confirmed with Amanda, the A to Z site owner, that she intends this prohibition on politically adversarial threads to be obeyed and enforced. (Not that I had reason to think she would say otherwise. The summer of 2008, which precipitated this rule, was a memorably rotten time to be a moderator.) Be aware, then, that posts and threads will be moderated or deleted if, in the judgment of any moderator, some or all of their contents endorse one party or its candidates or positions, disparage one party or its candidates or positions, or are otherwise politically adversarial to the detriment of the A to Z Forums community. Members who persist in posting such threads or posts may lose the privilege of posting on A to Z either temporarily or permanently, depending on how thoroughly they vex the moderators and through them Amanda. Members who see a thread, post, private message, or comment that they believe to be politically adversarial are requested to report the comment for moderation by clicking on the "Report" link in the post that contains it. Please resist the temptation to respond: not only does this fan the flames, it vastly complicates the cleanup that moderators must do. Members who persist in replying to such threads may lose their own A to Z privileges. Members who disagree with this rule and/or with the judgment exercised by the moderators are advised to express their disapproval to the site owner by using the Contact Us link at the bottom right of this page. Complaints registered by other means may result in the same disciplinary measures as I've already noted.