I can in fact edit some more for you. For instance:
You are free to type however you choose, however you may obtain more credibility and respect if you follow standard English language conventions. I'm not upset, merely trying to help. As to what I'm doing with my life, I'm in the United States Air Force, so if you can think of something more useful I'm open to suggestions.
I'll just rewrite this part again. "My company started in 1987, before the Internet existed. We have a stellar ranking in Dunn & Bradstreet and you have a bunch of people reading your articles that are very unhappy with Charles Carreon. So why let truth and integrity stop you, just bully everyone into not defending the truth."
*We have had
*cheat and rip
*you will see
Yet again, do not capitalize "attorney".
Lowercase b on bully, my friend. Why are you fixated on this mistake?
Re: Do a Google search for "Internet Advertising Company"
A couple of long ones, eh? Well, first things first.
*deserve to be burned
There should be no comma before like, but there should be an "a" between witch and warlock, which should not be capitalized.
There should be a comma after "Also".
"Blog has no reason to be capitalized unless that is the name of your blog. (I must admit, I did not check.)
I just rewrote this bit for you. It seemed easier that way. "The answer is that Google does not like some of my articles and has completely deleted them in the past. After I complained to Matt Cutts he did put my articles back, but just in case Google tries to shut off my freedom of speech again, I figure it is better to have them penalize Blogger, the business they own."
"Attorney" should not be capitalized.
Once again, bully is not capitalized.
There should be a sentence break after bully, not a comma.
Switching it up, I see. This time you forgot to capitalize something. "Report" is what you forgot.
This seems like a run on sentence, try breaking it up after "I could care less".
Your friendly neighborhood Grammar Nazi here again.
internet troll should not be capitalized, emphasis is more efficiently expressed with either italics or bold tags. (As a side note, getting flustered and lashing out is the entire goal of trolls, so the best way to deal with them is to not respond at all.)
*Alan and I
This may be a matter of personal preference, but I would put a "long" in between "industry" and "before".
Re: Re: Yes should complain to the Template maker Watermark Design.
The intended meaning of this one perplexed me a bit, but I think I understand what you're trying to say. I believe you accidentally put the sentence you intended for the body of the comment in the subject field. There should also be a comma after "Yes" and a "you" or an "I", depending on your meaning.
Re: Re: You are an Idiot, show me your top rankings for anything.
I realize it's harder to spell when in a blind fury, but that's what we have spellcheck for. Though judging by your less than artfully constructed sentences I'm guessing maybe English isn't your first language?