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Outraged by the corporate muzzle

As a community, we are outraged at the censorship of the Aspen Times comments section.

Does the corporate Aspen Times feel the need to protect us from ourselves? Does the Aspen Times need to “preapprove” any comments so that we are more civil to each other? Please, but no thank you.

My European friends say that in America, you are free. Free to do what they tell you can do. Recently, a liberal talk-show host was arrested at her Florida congressman’s town hall meeting who wore his military uniform when she tried to ask a follow-up question when he tried to avoid her original question for being “unruly.” I’ll say

Lee Mulcahy


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