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Liberal vs Conservative Cities

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Submitted by Mike Guyote (United States), Sep 18, 2002 at 12:43

Please note the difference in reactions between liberal Montreal and conservative Colorado Springs when confronted with controversial speakers. In which city were the reactions childish and repressive? In which city were the reactions civilized? Do we need any more hints as to how the left would act if they were ever allowed complete control of a group? Remember, when you don't have a case, you can yell a lot! Liberals seem to do a lot of yelling as of late.
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