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What We Have to Look Forward to Under the New Regime

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Over the past several days I have posted an article on a local New York site called SI Live. The article was also posted on WordPress on November 12, 2009, and is entitled, “On Nidal Malik Hasan and Barack Obama.”

It discussed the parallels between Nidal Malik Hasan and Barack Hussein Obama. How the military, the CIA and the FBI did not heed the warning signs exhibited by Hasan and allowed him to remain in the military. It further discussed how the American people failed to heed very similar warning signs exhibited by Barack Hussein Obama and voted him president.

The point of the article was that political correctness is and will be the downfall of this country.

This article was deleted, without reason, by SI Live each time it was posted. I guess I missed the part in the User Agreement section where it states that your post will be deleted if it is contrary to “our” views.

SI Live is an independently owned and operated website that is affiliated with The Staten Island Advance. When I contacted the Staten Island Advance, I was put in touch with Frank Cianciotta who could offer no explanation as to why the post may have been deleted. Mr. Cianciotta informed me that SI Live was monitored by an independent party that has the capability of deleting posts deemed offensive. Mr. Cianciotta could not provide the name of the company responsible for monitoring the site, nor any phone number to contact them or SI Live. An email sent to SI Live’s help/feedback department has yet to be answered.

To review the article “On Nidal Malik Hasan and Barack Obama” please see November 12, 2009.
Or visit: https://therightwayforward.wordpress.com/2009/11/12/

To visit SI LIVE go to:
http://www.silive.com/

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