Well, they tolerated Jayen's edits as long as they could stand it, but now Slim 'n' Will have erupted into a frenzy of euphemistic rage. Slim hits the panic button
about the "used of self-published sources in the article." As it turns out, Jayen has added a grand total of one LaRouche-sourced item, where it says that LaRouche endorsed John Kerry for president in 2004. Little did he know that that is a very bad thing to put in the article.
Why? Because, although they will absolutely not say so, the goal for S 'n' W is to maintain the Dennis King POV that LaRouche is secretly a right-wing racist who hates Democrats. So Slim goes into contortions, arguing that the view is "not notable," that it is a quote which involves "third parties," a remarkable array of WikiLawyer arguments where she struggles not to state her real agenda.
S 'n' W also made a big fuss about a quote from CBS where LaRouche refers to a friend of his who was "beaten up marching across a bridge in support of Martin Luther King back in the fight for voters' rights." That is also a big no-no. S 'n' W both pretend that they don't know LaRouche is talking about Amelia Boynton Robinson
, but they sure don't like that reference. "It's a long quote that doesn't add much, one which mostly talks about an unnamed friend," says Will. No, we definitely can't have that
in the article. But we mustn't say why that is.