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Originally posted by Honor93
reply to post by TsukiLunar
your assumption fails you.
i stand by my original comment ... IF he were a 'gentleman', he would keep his word and
self-deport. however, as an American, i'm certainly not paying to deport his arse ... a rope is cheaper anyway.
Originally posted by randomname
the guy is a guest of the united states, last time i checked you don't go to someones home and crap on the table and then get mad when they want you out.
Originally posted by TsukiLunar
Its not like we have a first amendment or anything.
Originally posted by ManjushriPrajna
While I don't defend Morgan's particular ideology, I defend his right to be able to give opinions, even the extremely unpopular ones. It's a TV show, and as anyone knows, it's there to entertain and grab ratings. Morgan is good at his job, but that doesn't mean his free speech should be stifled, his show taken off the air, and him deported. We crow about his anti-Second Amendment stance and then conviently forget how he is protected by the First Amendment.
People must remember that to fire him and have him deported is taking a job away that's putting food on his table for him and his family.
But he is NOT protected by the First Amendment, he's NOT an American. The Constitution and Bill of Rights were written for Americans ONLY.
Originally posted by Max_TO
CNN'sPiers Morgan to be taken off air?
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WASHINGTON – Officials with the conservative group Americans for Legal Immigration are challenging CNN to take Piers Morgan off the air after a controversial debate on gun control with InfoWars.com’s Alex Jones.
Jones has been just one those Morgan has brought on the air over gun control in recent days.
Following the debate with Jones, which sparked a media firestorm, Morgan featured a panel on his program including Daily Beast sports columnist Buzz Bissinger, and commentator Abby Huntsman, daughter of presidential candidate Jon Huntsman, in which Buzz joked about how someone should