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Blog Suspension

This blog was taken down last week for a short time and I wanted to explain what happened so that there is no misunderstanding about the circumstances surrounding the suspension.

When I posted the last entry regarding the Obamacare exchanges, a link was inserted into the post which violated the Terms of Service that WordPress, the host for this site, maintains. The blog was immediately suspended once the post with this link was published.  I later realized that the blog was unavailable, had no idea why it was suspended, and so contacted WordPress about the problem. A WordPress representative responded to my email promptly, explained the problem, and told me how to resolve the situation. I followed the instructions provided, informed WordPress of the fix, and they promptly reinstated the blog. WordPress and its representatives handled the situation efficiently and professionally at all times.

To be clear, the content of this blog had nothing to do with the suspension of this blog last week.

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