I don't mind. But I wish they'd spend less energy attacking me and more energy trying to figure out what to do about the million or so people they've helped immiserate.
Here's the first part of a letter they're sending around:
This past week, we've seen a flurry of debate surrounding the impact of the conflict minerals provision in the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act on the people of eastern Congo. Voices critical of conflict minerals reform provisions have seized on a New York Times opinion piece by David Aronson, which largely blames the current plight of eastern Congo’s local communities on Enough Project, Congress, and others.
I know you’ve been fired up by this intense debate and want to take action now.