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Telephoning the Enemy

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Submitted by steven L (United States), Jul 16, 2006 at 19:01

It is surprising that the American mass media have not come to the assistance of CAIR. There should be a way to claim "denial of free speech" through telephone to CAIR and similar organizations

For example: it would be in the interest of the average American citizen to exactly know the content of all these phone calls.

The NYT, the Washington Post could try to make the case, that in their judgment, it is more important for us to know the content of the phone calls, than to protect us against these same people whose only goal is to overturn and destroy democracy.

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