Censorship has nothing to do with it. I just don't want 100+ messages a day
about foreign politics clogging my mailbox, I already get way too much
It's just that if we start talking about politics, guns, SUV's, etc, we
don't stop. Think about how much we discuss a single topic (OM cameras of
course), just try to visualize the mail-flood if we were to discuss
----- Original Message -----
From: "Samuel Morales" <dolphans1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, November 10, 2000 4:15 AM
Subject: [OM] political retraction speech
> I am amazed by the fact that someone cannot make a post on a forum group
> among friends. My post was not inserted as an attempt to irk or offend
> anyone. I was naively curious to what some members may have thought about
> the closest election I have ever witnessed in my life time. I thought it
> would make a good conversation piece, unfortunately I was dead wrong, for
> others disagree.
> Maybe what my mom told me when I was a child was correct, there are two
> things you never talk about in pubic, 1) religion, 2) politics.
> I apologize to those that were offended by my post. I always thought the
> internet was a new forum to reasonably expand the freedom of speech. I
> I was grossly wrong in using good judgement and it appears censorship is
> alive and kicking irregardless of were it used.
> It's also true in the old cliche; " you can't please everyone"
> Back to the cameras I go... Hi Hoo, Hi Hummmm....
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