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yellowcanine Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Aug-05-09 01:33 PM
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58. No - they have the right to be there and to ask their questions. They do not have the right to take
over/disrupt the meeting so that others cannot express their views or ask their questions. Whether the anger is real or ginned up is immaterial. Even angry people need to respect the rights of others.
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