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SK  
August 13, 2009 8:54am
 
I'm tired of hearing that townhalls are being disrupted, violent, or otherwise. Every scene I've seen on CNN inside the townhalls is nothing to get all bothered about. Joey, you keep bringing up racial slurs and violence. It's rare, Tampa, St Lois, about all I can find. You also imply it's the conservatives causing the problem. Guess what? In both cases it was conservative protesters who were the VICTIMS of the violence. Groups of proponents are gather to counter the opponents. Who then is actually preventing democracy and free speech? Must be some liberal left wing plot to silence the conservatives, right? In St Louis, it was a conservative black man that was beaten and the victim of racial slurs. He was jumped for passing out "don't tread on me" flags.

Joey, while I usually disagree with your positions for the most part your arguments appear at least well-researched and thought out. In this case, the evidence is just not there. Let the people voice their dissent...that's democracy. Instead, I'd rather see you dig into the health care bill and present some evidence that might convince me that I'm wrong.
     
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