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To: pie-faced-mutt who wrote (1764)9/1/2002 11:29:01 PM
From: lorne  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 3959
len. In an article I posted was this statement...." "They found that 48 percent of respondents agreed the government should have the freedom to monitor religious groups in the interest of national security — even if that means infringing upon the religious freedom of the group's members. Forty-two percent said the government should have more authority to monitor Muslims.".....

I did not write this article why don't you question the motives of whom ever wrote this article instead of getting all pi**ed of and asking stupid questions like this one......" By the way, why hide behind a false SI name? Are you paranoid?".....

First of all it is not a false name it is my real name.

Am I paranoid. No I am not and what do these stupid question have to do with the article I posted.

The point I was making is that if censorship of free speech should ever happen then it could affect what you and people like you who appear to be supporters of our enemies can say on a public forum.

What I and others like me who do not show favor for or appear to support the enemy are not the cause of any restriction that may happen in the future to free speech.

If you feel that the article I posted is directed at you then I can see why you are so upset.