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But if a Conservative brought one in to make a point it would have been lights out!
I understand the issue, the law and the concern. What I don't understand is why David Gregory was the person that the investigation was focused on. He is an employee of the company that weighed and made the decision to do this, and was simply the last of multiple people to have possession. He certainly did not own it, was just holding it for 15secs. It is like prosecuting an actor for the words and actions that are scripted for them. Bizarre.
The idea of having a law against owning a magazine is beyond stupid. The fools that made this law are an example of the literal moronic thinking from the elitists. This child like thinking is the problem, not the magazine. It's impossible for me to imagine how screwed up the lawmakers are in this case. What a waste of liberty!
elkriverscott- not disagreeing with you... but what do you mean by "literal moronic thinking"?In regards to the actual article, seems to me common sense prevailed. No charges by prosecutor means no wasted time and money on this case. PR related to this gaff seems punishment enough (opinion).
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