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General Wesley Clark pushes for censorship

Posted by Reuben Ingber on October 4, 2007

In this You Tube video, you will see a debate between MSNBC’s Christ Tucker and Gen. Wesley Clark. The two discuss, Rush Limbaughs recent remarks he made on Armed force radio, that veteran of the Iraq war who don’t support the war are unpatriotic. In the video Clark pushes for political discussion to be censored.I’d like to take this opportunity to remind Gen. Clark, that in this country we have something called the 1st Amendment, which includes free speech. If we are going to go into countries like Iraq and promote our ideals, shouldn’t they remain steadfast here at home.As a blogger, and someone who is involved in political discourse I am appalled by this idea of censoring political conversation.  What do you think?  

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