Skip to comments.Palm Beach Post blocks comments on gun rights story
Posted on 08/17/2011 9:05:13 AM PDT by T.O.K.
The Palm Beach Post vividly illustrated its anti-Second Amendment, anti-gun bias in its latest article documenting the attempts by the Palm Beach County Commission to illegally regulate gun rights by refusing all comments on the Aug. 16 article, "County Commission: new state gun law could create 'Wild West' Palm Beach." Putting aside the inflammatory headline (I've written a few of those myself), the story isn't bad, and both sides of the issue are represented.
So why did The Post use the "User comments are not being accepted on this article" dodge usually reserved for reports on criminals of certain favored minority groups, deaths and very sensitive topics?
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Reason #3,871,292,511 why the Dinosaur media is dying.
most print media presstitutes have resorted to this or making you have a Facebutt account in order to reply.
If the Palm Beach Post wants to play this way, could the readers counterattack by taking over the comments threads of other articles? Hijack the threads.
What did you expect in the People’s Republic Of Palm Beach??
“County Commission: new state gun law could create ‘Wild West’ Palm Beach.”
That is the point. The Wild West is accurately protrayed in “Little House on the Prairie”. Pretty boring. Farming, ranching, kids going to school, local bands playing at the park, that type of thing.
So yeah, that’s what we would hope for.
typical liberal rag
Palm Beach is probably one of the best armed communities in America.
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