If you prefer, would you like me to create a new thread for everytime I think there's an argument regarding May being in the line-up? The opposition was so incredibly strong preseason against May if I remember correctly (I can cite posts, APA style if needed). Also, I remember Leino being the next Messiah who is going to have the breakthrough year we've all been anticipating.
No, you can't quote anyone in APA, MLA, Turabian, whatever, because no one was saying it. They may have been against you saying it. They may have opposed those who blasted Holland for saying it. But in the end, once the transaction was completed, no one complained about May being signed. No one, right now, is complaining about May being on the team or the job he's doing on the team. Even chrisdetroit said he's doing a good job.
That's kind of the problem with baiting people, and especially in such a detached environment as the Internet: sometimes the point is lost in the argument, especially if the point of the thread is the argument.
Since you're asking my preference, when May drops the gloves with someone, you could always sing his praises in the GDT. Not in a way that is actually a swipe at those you deem to be "anti-enforcer". If you like the guy so much you could actually cheer him on just for the sake of cheering him on, y'know.
Secondly, no argument is needed for May being in the lineup because no one is calling for him to be benched. Since you brought up Leino, look at how many negative posts are out there, how many people are calling for him to be benched. Does that mean LGW is anti-Finn?
Unfortunately, when you start a thread, your reputation proceeds you. I'm right there with you when it comes to cheering on May because I think he's doing a great job. I just don't feel the need to perpetuate a contrived argument.