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Pocono Record Mistaken About No Fly List

The Pocono Record endorses the idea of denying Americans fundamental rights based on their presence on a secret government list that no one knows how to get on, or how to get off.   Doesn’t sound so reasonably when you put it that way, does it?  Especially when you consider if you happen to be a person unlucky enough to share a name with someone on the list, you’ll never be able to exercise your rights again.  Shame on the Pocono Record for promoting such tripe.

2 Responses to “Pocono Record Mistaken About No Fly List”

  1. Ronnie says:

    The Pocono Record seems to have become more and more “New York Times-ish” over the last few years when it comes to its editorial content. This is why I no longer buy it – I just read it online.

  2. TheGunGeek says:

    Forgive my ignorance, but isn’t it really more like:

    The Pocono Record endorses the idea of denying Americans fundamental rights based on the presence of their name on a secret government list that no one knows how to get on, or how to get off.

    I’m sure there’s a better way of expressing that it doesn’t have to be your name- it could be the name of someone else that just happens to have the same name as you.

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