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Submitted by abraham irwin (United States), Feb 13, 2007 at 13:57

In the discussion regarding the Pipes speech at U.C.-Irvine, Colmes asked " But is there some kind of retribution you want? Do you want any action you want them to take against the people that said those things? What specifically..."

A simple response could have been that the universities should have responded in manner similar to the way they would have responded, if the disruption was against a speaker expounding their "politically acceptable" thoughts.

Abraham Irwin

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