Talk:Georges Bédard

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I added the homeless section. There are numerous citations for this but I found most of the information in an Ottawa Sun article. Homeless article --Fmaack 06:21, 20 September 2006 (UTC)

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Smashthestate, please be reasonable about your edits. Wikipedia has fairly strict rules about articles about people, as you can read about at WP:BLP. You can't liberally rephrase things that a person says, or draw your own inferences on a person's actions or positions and include them in the article. That seems to be how you are treating this: Bedard does not say he is against poor people, he says he's against panhandlers and drug dealers. Portraying his stances as being against poor people in general is disingenuous, and it involves making judgments which articles, particularly biographies, are not supposed to. As far as me "wikistalking" you, I suppose it's true to an extent. I believe from time to time you make biased, unencyclopedic entries, and so keep an eye on what you do. This is quite easy since you make so few edits. If your edits seem reasonable, I leave them, if not I revert or change them as I did here. If that is outside of the rules, it's news to me, but please take it up with whoever you feel appropriate. TastyCakes (talk) 20:23, 8 December 2009 (UTC)

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