So I posted about the little kerfuffle between Shea and Voris. My critique of how Shea goes about critiquing Voris comes down to this: If Shea wishes to disagree with Voris, he would do better to discuss something specific rather than make comments that boil down to "Voris is a big meanie who says nasty things about nice people."
Today, Shea himself linked this post, wherein a blogger says, in brief, that they liked Voris, that Voris gave voice to many of the problems they believed were plaguing the modern Church, but now has started to disagree with some of what Voris has to say. They then- and this is the important part- go over several exact quotations from Voris himself, and state with what it is they disagree, and why. If Shea wishes to continue with his disagreements with Voris, he would do well to do more than simply link to this blogger, but also follow what they do, and stop with the ad hominem. Voris fans who disagree with the blogger in question, would do well to do the same.