Originally Posted by DeezNutz
I don't have a problem with Law's opinion at all. When a GM does something as stupid as DM did, it opens that person up to criticism and valid speculation.
To me, Law's comments were pretty tame because he didn't openly speculate about Dayton's level of competence, which should also be fair game.
Fine to criticize. Certainly enough there to criticize.
But questioning the moral integrity of GMs is going to upset most of them. Just comes off personal and petty (fans can do it. Journalists can't).