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elocs Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-31-09 04:15 PM
Response to Reply #37
40. There is a difference between commentary and news.
Where I live there are Republicans who are clueless to the difference between an editorial and the news. I know there are Republicans who want to shut up or get Liberal voices off the air, but I don't want to be like them. So round and round we go--they boycott ours, we boycott theirs. Plus, if somebody put together an exhaustive list of all the companies that somebody believes to be boycotted for whatever reason there would be little left.

Free speech is free speech and if you start making exceptions where would it end?
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