banned from the uk

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  1. DCortez

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  2. Big country

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    Socialism at work! This is one of those "we don't want our citizens getting any ideas" kind of things.
     
  3. kingofwylietx

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    May I quote:

    "Coming to this country is a privilege. If you can't live by the rules that we live by, the standards and the values that we live by, we should exclude you from this country"It's a privilege to come to this country."

    "There are certain behaviours that mean you forfeit that privilege."

    Don't flame me, but I agree with their premise that it is a privilege, not a right, to travel to another country. I wish our country would adopt a stronger stance on immigration. I wish we had something like: You can come to work, you can start the citizenship process, but we'll kick you out so fast your head will spin if you engage in illegal activity, don't pay income taxes, or if you become a burden to the country (vs. being productive).

    I disagree with why they have banned Savage, I like his show.
     
  4. DrBart2

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    I agree.
     
  5. 2Shots1Wound

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    Quick Observation

    I recall seeing protesters in the UK with signs like "Behead those who say islamn is violent" , or "The UK is next". All after 911. It's odd how those protesters were allowed to remain given their opposition to the west. Funny how that works..

    No worries, I'm sure that European women will look just fine in their burkas.
     
  6. smschulz

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    FLAME you ~ I may have this statement FRAMED.:texas:
    PS I love listening to Savage too!
     
  7. dbgun

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    :lolz::lolz::lolz:
     
  8. DCortez

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    Missed most of the show, had to work late, but have it going now. Weiner (Savage) has many great points. First and foremost, he has never been about violence.


    I usually like the grumpy old man and think real name, Weiner, is funnier than heck.
     
  9. cuate

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    Hell, our TEXAS is good enough for me !

    Next time the Huns, Germans, Russkis,, or somebody jumps on Britain maybe we can all stay home and sit it out ? Matter of fact, North of the Mason-Dixon, Kalifornia, and Colorado actually have a good reason to bar me from their borders if they could read my mind and it was legal to do so.

    :bowdown::texas:
     
  10. DCortez

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    +1


    Just read this article. Some of the feedback is sad at best. UK doesn't have a 1st Amendment, even if it did, the feedback mirrors some you hear here in America. Free Speech is for people that agree with you.


    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/philip_johnston/blog/2009/05/05/should_we_be_banning_this_us_shock_jock
     

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