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::::::*'''comment''': He did '''not''' complain about getting oppose votes, he merely commented that a random user with only 2 userpage edits was voting. There is nothing wrong about that, nor does that disqualify him from being an administrator. [[User:Eric Snowmane|<span style="font-size:20px;font-family:daedric,oblivion,SMMacro"><font color="DodgerBlue">ES</font></span>]]<sup>[[User_talk:Eric Snowmane|<font color="MediumBlue">Question?</font>]]•[[Special:EmailUser/Eric Snowmane|<font color="MediumBlue">Email</font>]]•[[Special:Contributions/Eric_Snowmane|<font color="MediumBlue">Contribs</font>]]</sup> 05:20, 20 April 2012 (UTC)
::::::{{ec}} Rpeh, it's highly convenient that someone who claims to know you makes their third edit by opposing an RfA which you happened to oppose. Your continued use of such unacceptable and disgusting tactics is what disqualif'''ied''' you from being an administrator. ''That'' is disgraceful. [[User:Elliot|elliot]]&nbsp;<small>([[User_talk:Elliot|talk]])</small> 05:27, 20 April 2012 (UTC)
:::::::There's nothing that disqualifies Haysie from voting. Nothing. What disqualifies RobinHood is his total misuse of a Wikipedia policy - as I said in my !vote, he has a habit of pushing an "idiosyncratic POV". In this case, he ignores the bits of the policy to which he links that say "the community currently endorses the right of every Wikipedian with an account to participate" and "Before commenting or responding to comments in an RfA, especially 'oppose' comments ... consider whether ... RfA is an appropriate forum for what you have to say". In other words, he's misusing policy yet again to push his POV. Total disgrace. [[User:Rpeh|rpeh]]<span style="font-size:xx-small">&nbsp;•[[User_Talk:Rpeh|T]]•[[Special:Contributions/Rpeh|C]]•[[Special:Emailuser/Rpeh|E]]•</span> 16:35, 20 April 2012 (UTC)
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