|Re: Free Speech and Corporations|
|John Smith (email@example.com)|
Sun, 24 Oct 2004 16:48:50 GMT
Lisa Hancock wrote:|
> As another poster correctly pointed out, it is Sinclair's network and
And Sinclair should be taught that fact.
> Free speech is not mob rule, nor compelling someone else to pay or
You're quite right, but you're arguing against yourself. By allowing
> Another poster stated corporations exist for the good of the public.
It's clear you don't. I chalk it up to a private education.
So let's enlighten you. Where that came from was the fact that
You can be excused for not knowing, of course, because it is so rare
Now you know.
Lisa Hancock further wrote:
> Frankly, it bothered me that some people asserted it was somehow
Oh, and P.S.:
People can "assert: things, but they can also do a lot more than that.
Sinclair has since announced that it will not be airing the show, and
The company denies that grassroots protests, including those of
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