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bfealk Donating Member (420 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-12-07 04:59 AM
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Skinner has no courage.
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Edited on Wed Dec-12-07 04:59 AM by bfealk
During the 2006 election cycle Nancy Skinner did an interview on community television in Waterford. It was broadcast over the cable system in that city.

Last week I contacted the station and asked if I could get a copy of the DVD of Nancy's interview and was told that I'd have to contact the host of the show for permission, which I did. The host said it was no problem. I contacted the station manager and he said he'd make a copy of the DVD for me to pick up at the studio.

The same host interviewed Nancy on Monday of this week. I have to imagine the host of the show mentioned to Nancy that I had requested a copy of the previous interview.

Yesterday I received a call from the station manager saying that the host had withdrawn her permission for me to receive a copy of the previous interview.

My question, what is Nancy Skinner hiding? Why does she care that I get a copy of her interview?

If Nancy Skinner had any real courage she wouldn't care at all, and would actually encourage people viewing this interview, since I'm sure it's all just things that she's already said in public.

Another example of Nancy Skinner saying one thing and doing another. She says she'd be a Congress woman with courage. If she had the courage of her convictions, she'd stand by what she has said in public interviews. I don't know about you, but I'm starting to see a pattern here.
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