Fire Piers Morgan

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  1. poncho

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    Please flood CNN with calls demanding that Piers Morgan be Fired for murder comments

    This is over the top and Ive never seen anything like this. People are on the Piers Morgan show on CNN openly joking about murdering Alex Jones with an assault rifle.

    Please contact CNN and demand that Piers Morgan be fired for this....

    CNN Conctact
    CNN.com - Contact Us

    Wait for a human operator to come on the line at 404.827.1500

    Just found out you can also send in your request for Piers Morgan to be fired to
    [email protected]

    Here is a sample message "I'm calling to ask CNN to fire Piers Morgan for advocating and joking about political murder with assault rifles on his show last night! No CNN host or show should be allowed to threaten people with murder over their political views."


    The clip in question for your review.
    Piers Morgan and Guests Discuss Shooting Alex Jones

    This is not about whether you like or agree with Alex Jones or not. This is about the CNN corporation discussing and laughing about political assassination of those that oppose the liberal views of their hosts!

    Don't let Piers Morgan get away with literal threats of murder!

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  2. Berean

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    Perhaps we could arrange and promote a fight to the finish between Pier "The Great"
    and Alex "The Mouth on the moon with the winner having to remain there. Weapon of choice either an ax handle or a meat clever.
     
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    The more attention he gets, the more it is an indication that his show is being watched. I'm skeptical of these types of campaigns.
     
  4. poncho

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    Piers Morgan tweeted a photograph of a “rally” of his supporters outside CNN center in Washington, DC, but whereas over 100,000 Americans signed a petition to deport the CNN host, the rally in support of Morgan was noticeably less popular.

    Four people showed up.

    Morgan re-tweeted the image with the message, “Supporters rally behind @piersmorgan w signs outside #CNN DC bureau.”

    Given that Morgan’s CNN viewing figures are only slightly less abysmal than those of fellow gun control advocate Chris Matthews, one wonders whether this turnout amounts to half his audience.

    CONTINUE . . .
     
  5. Matt Black

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    Can he be fired from a large cannon?
     
  6. Crabtownboy

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    Isn't he allowed the right to express his opinion .... just as you are?

    I thought most people who consider themselves conservative on this BB say their believe in the Constitution. Repressing speech is a violation of the Constitution.
     
  7. Earth Wind and Fire

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    We can perhaps put him in a neighborhood with flesh eating zombies & then trip him :laugh:
     
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    sure he is. he's even allowed to enjoy the benefits of the 2nd Ammendment. he's covered entirely by all the rights guaranteed by the constitution in as far as his speech, freedom of movement, etc., is concerned.
    but, say you have a guest in your home, does your guest have a right to opernly and publicly criticize your home's policies ?
    isn't it overstepping the boundaries of courtesy and politeness, for example, to tell you that you shouldn't let your kids stay out the whole night because he thinks it is not the right thing for you to do, and that in HIS house, they do things certain way ?
    Brass is most likely an understatement to describe Mr. Pierced Moron.
     
  9. Crabtownboy

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    Of course he has that right. In fact that person may well help me improve my home policies. If I do not agree with him/her I can simply ignore them.


    Overstepping the boundaries of courtesy and politeness is rather different than being a right. Also, courtesy and politeness differs from culture to culture. He/she may well have been within the bounds of their culture.

    I know some mother-in-laws who often overstep their bounds according to their sons and daughters opinion. :laugh:

    To me expressing his opinion on guns is not being impolite. But, again, what is and is not polite is a matter of perception.

    I think the real bottom-line if we start deporting people who we do not agree with it will set us on a slippery slope of punishing citizens who we do not agree with in what they say.

    Even if I was completely offended by what he said I would defend his right to express that opinion.
     
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    to CBT:

    I love that you're so liberal with your guests.
    I hope I can be a guest one time in your house.
    As for me and my house, I rule therefore my rules, my policies.
    Everybody is expected to be polite and keep their thoughts to themselves, UNTIL invited to share them.
    Now, when the guest marries into my family, THEN he has the right to share in the policy making.
    Until then, he's a guest, and is expected to behave like one.
     
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    And the public is allowed to respond to his speech as well.
     
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    .... with the rally cry, "Throw the bum out"
     
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    Just because Morgan says something does not mean everyone else's speech must stop. We all have free speech. And free speech does not mean that there will be no repercussions from others. It just means there will be no repercussions from the government.
     
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    Do what I do--avoid Piers Morgan AND Alex Jones!
     
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    Did you watch the clip? Piers and his guests were talking and joking about murdering another human being and his children simply because he disagreed with them. Many of Morgan's "followers" also called for the murder of Alex Jones on Twitter

    Conservatives and gun owners don't call for the murder of those who disagree with them but evidently liberals and anti gun people do.

    Another thing you never see conservatives doing is "dancing in the blood" of innocent victims while attempting to restrict the rights of law abiding citizens. But liberals and anti gun people seem to have no problem with it at all.

    The way the anti gun crowd and liberals have conducted themselves in their latest attempt to deprive law abiding citizens of their 2nd amendment right has put their hypocrisy and total disregard for human life on display for all the world to see. I doubt you'll see it that way though Crabby.
     
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    Piers Morgan Death Wish Echoed By Supporters

    Gun grabbers claim to oppose violence yet advocate killing gun owners.

    After Piers Morgan and guests joked about murdering Alex Jones during the CNN host’s show on Tuesday night, Twitter users took to the social network to share Morgan’s death wish.

    CONTINUE . . .
     
  17. Magnetic Poles

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    While we are getting Morgan fired, let's add Hannity and O'Reilly to the mix as well. Toss them all out.
     
  18. poncho

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    As disgusting as the two of them are neither of them have floated the idea to murder people who disagree with them, as far as I know. Show me where they have and I'll start calling for them to be fired as well.
     

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