It could be that he's so enamored by BNN rankings that he doesn't want to give anybody else links. Of course, with a lifetime ranking of 2.67 our of 10, I'm not sure what he's so happy about.
I am no longer providing links to his blog, but I will provide the information so you can cut and past it: goodbyeken.com/Cuccinelli/news/republicans-attack-cuccinelli-by-name-over-gill.
In that false entry, Jonathan says:
Blogger Charles of Two Conservatives, noted for his man-crush on Faisal Gill, has finally admitted the obvious. Namely, that the wheels are falling off of Faisal Gill's wagon. And who gets the main credit? The BVBL blog, and deservedly so. But incredibly, Charles saw fit to mention little-old GoodbyeKen for some of the "blame," which is to say, some of the credit. He calls GoodbyeKen BVBLs "partner in crime." Thanks Charles!
But the post to which he refers, "Childish Antics having some effect", had nothing to do with Gill's campaign -- it was about the PWC republican Gala being cancelled:
Mostly, bloggers behaving like children can be ignored. But once in a while their juvenile antics are infectious. When people's uncivil, hate-filled, fact-free diatribes start seriously impacting society, good people need to rise up and put a stop to it.
Greg at BVBL posts that the PWC gala was cancelled.
I quote Greg from his blog as well. And nowhere in the entire blog entry is the name Faisal Gill mentioned. And since I don't believe that "the wheels are falling off" anybody's wagon, it is absurd, and false, for JM to suggest that I "admit" it, and a lie to say I did so in a blog entry.
And while I can't know why he didn't link, not doing so prevented his readers from clicking the link and finding he post was lying about my post. So long as Jonathan believes that lying about other bloggers, and using childish name-calling (man-crush? what are we, in 3rd grade here, Jon?), he probably will continue to get blog hits, because people like this kind of stuff, which is why the National Enquirer sells lots of newspapers.
But posting false statements to get people to read your blog isn't civil, ethical, or honorable. And since I won't sign up to post at anybody's blog, I'll have to answer his false claims here.