8 responses

  1. Scott Allen
    July 25, 2012

    Similar things go on in every heavily licensed/regulated professional industry, e.g., doctors, lawyers, etc. I understand the argument of protecting the public/consumers from unqualified practitioners, but unfortunately, in practice, it doesn’t do that, as many unqualified people manage to maintain their licenses. Meanwhile, people who are actually more knowledgeable in specialized fields have a hard time establishing their credibility — or in some cases, even their right to practice.

  2. kevin
    July 25, 2012

    Perhaps you’re unaware that censorship is by government action? IOW, a nongovernmental actor cannot — literally — censor you.

    A private party who elects not to publish or respond to your remarks is not censoring you. He is ignoring you.

    • Bruce Mc
      July 25, 2012

      And that would be because as I stated above… They are scared. The truth is coming but, far be it for them to post or discuss it in an open forum….. Or discuss the facts as they really are……

  3. anon
    July 25, 2012

    It’s not just the AICPA….. NAEA/NSA/NATP doesn’t listen either….

  4. Seth David
    July 25, 2012

    Actually there are no comments posted on the article. Maybe they just haven’t approved it YET?! Also I looked at several posts out of curiosity, so maybe they just don’t publish ANY comments.

  5. Bruce Mc
    July 26, 2012

    Well, if they aren’t posting comments, I wonder why they provide that as an option….

    Also if they don’t publish comments, maybe they’ll right a post in response to my derogatoryness not to mention one in response to all I have said…..

    Or even an email saying something… let me know that I have spoken out of turn maybe?

  6. Bruce Mc
    July 26, 2012

    Well, then, I guess this post was almost in vane….. A few comments (mine and not all of it, along with Lori and a response to hers) have appeared on the above mentioned article.

    So that said I apologize for accusing the AICPA of deliberately not posting my Comment. and will leave it that way.

    Thank you Jina Etienne, CPA (Author of the post I commented on) for getting the responses up. Although I feel a little cheated in that Some of my querys’ are missing (as I remember them), and You didn’t respond to everything I held in Query.

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