When last he spoke, Dee dared me to contact Google AdSense to vindicate his click-swapping scam. He also threatened me, Millionaire Richard Quick, Esq. , a world-reknowned attorney and Senior Partner of Quick, Duhk & Hyde Law Firm, with a harrassment suit. Just for disagreeing with him
So I contacted Google AdSense for clarification. Their response, as any intelligent and/or ethical human would expect:
Thanks for your email. Publishers are not permitted to
encourage users to click on Google ads or bring excessive attention to ad
units for any reason. For example, sites cannot contain phrases such as
"click the ads,""support our sponsors," "visit these recommended links," or other similar language that could apply to the Google ads. Therefore, we feel the program your friend has created would be in violation of our program policies. Please feel free to email us at if you have additional questions or concerns.
The Google AdSense Team
What do you think, Lee? Are you shocked that it's not acceptable to fraudulently charge small business owners with bogus clicks? Is it unfair that these hard-working Americans who risk it all in the pursuit of the American entrepreneurial dream might have a problem paying you to sleep until noon, and donating their hard-earned money to buy you nice frilly things?
Dee, I thank you for providing such a clear picture of liberal ethics, that trait that enables you to be indignant at governmental injustice, then put ethics aside when it benefits you financially.
Liberal ethicists: Please feel free to enlighten us as to how you and Dee are really carrying the banner of righteousness for America. Unlike Dee, I'm all ears.
UPDATE: For some reason Dee Hill took down all posts related to his fraudulent you-click-mine-I'll-click-yours Adwords scam operation! In its place he has placed a bunch of whiny messages about being spammed by someone blah blah blah and lodged a complaint about my exposing his scam and showing his photograph on my site. I will take Dee's photo link down, not because I've been contacted by anyone, but because I'd feel terrible if Dee started crying. It seems shadowy figures can't operate in the light of day. So much for free speech and open debate. He threatened to sue me for harrassment for exposing his scheme. Aren't liberals for freedom of speech? Dee Hill sure used his freedom of speech to smear his employer on rip-offreport.com, although the employer was running a legitimate business and Dee just didn't feel like working that hard (or so it seemed). Isn't that the way with the liberal ethic? They'll rant and rave about their noble causes... as long as they don't have to get out of bed before 11:00 am, and just so they don't have to be held to the same ethical standards they set for everyone else.
Dee Hill: Feel free to enter your opposing view or rebuttal (look it up) in the comments. I'm not afraid of dialogue. I have never edited a comment, no matter how abusive.