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LETTERS: Attack on Bush disappointing

Attack on Bush disappointing

I am so deeply disappointed in the Daily Post for Eugene Robinson's column ("Stains on George W. Bush's presidential legacy," April 26, 7A) for publishing such an obviously extremely biased article on President Bush.

I expect such from Robinson, but not from my local paper. It's fine to publish this leftist viewpoint, except there should be a counterpoint article from the other side published right next to it.

The AJC strives to be fair and balanced in their political editorials, a fact I greatly appreciate. But apparently, the Daily Post feels no such compunction. Shame on you.

-- Jean Elgin, Sugar Hill

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news2me 1 year, 6 months ago

It's called "free speech."

Please spare us the hypocrisy. You don't like free speech if it's doesn't fit your agenda, as there is evidence that you have had several of my posts removed. You have created your own negative persona, censorship of others will do nothing to make you look more intelligent or informed. Nice try though.

There is nothing you can do to alter history and the obvious failures of Obama.

Keep up the good fight!

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Why_not 1 year, 6 months ago

Just so you know, I have NEVER had any of your posts removed. If that happened it was at the leisure of the GDP...not me.

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news2me 1 year, 6 months ago

Just so you know, when the GDP removes a post, it clearly states the comments were removed in "violation of user agreement". When comments simply disappear, it means people like you flagged them for removal. Again, nice try!

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jack 1 year, 6 months ago

The GDP prints columns by Bill O'Reilly and Cal Thomas for the red-clad pom-pom wavers.
Eugene Robinson and Esther Cepeda are there for the blue megaphone-wielding cheerleaders.
I'd say balanced enough to keep both sides distracted.

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kevin 1 year, 6 months ago

yes but there is one flaw with the GDP. It will not print opposite views on the same day, which makes all of your remarks useless for comparison purposes.

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