It’s not what you say; it’s how you say it.
The closer we get to Election Day, the more people seem to ignore this saying. It makes a person want to avoid the Internet altogether. In the days before Facebook, people used to complain about the constant mudslinging coming from politicians. Now we do it for them.
The anonymity of commenting on a YouTube video or on message boards provides users with the courage to be as crass as possible, but now that attitude is spilling over onto social networking where everyone knows who you are.
I have seen far …