Posting anonymously shows lack of character-- the inability to stand behind one's arguments. It shows a lack of accountability; a failure to take responsibility for one's actions. Anonymity calls into question the motivations of those posting. The motivations behind aggressive statements can never be examined, questioned, or known.
The person posting as "Bryan Guski" knows this-- which is why he became upset at my pointing it out; why he came up with a phony name with which to cloak himself.
Anonymity unloosens the naked, uncontrolled Id of our enemies. We see what they really think, beneath their masks of phoniness. It's an unpleasant sight, one not for the squeamish.
The ULA was formed with public action; with a protest to which all six founding members signed their names. WE KNEW we were risking our literary "careers," what we had of them. It was a bold statement, something of which I'm still proud.
The ULA was founded in contention and has never been meant for the timid.