View Poll Results: Was Sony correct canceling "The Interview?"

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    Re: Was Sony correct canceling "The Interview?"

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    Yes, We don't want anybody killed or injured.
    No, their decision reflects badly on the USA.
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    No, Sony should not have canceled, for the same reason we don't negotiate with terrorists - the more we let them get away with, the more they will do to force us to do what they want us to do.
    To do evil, a human being must first of all believe that what hes doing is good" - Solzhenitsyn

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    Re: Was Sony correct canceling "The Interview?"

    Quote Originally Posted by Manc Skipper View Post
    It was funny watching the free-speechers trooping in for a second helping of Christmas turkey, defiantly hiding their faces from the cameras.
    Wusses. lol.
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    Re: Was Sony correct canceling "The Interview?"

    I had to vote, "Other." Once again, another poll that excludes so many of us because of commentary. The actions by Sony reflect badly not on the US, but all that do well living in lands of liberty and freedom. Sony erred in their decision to pull the movie. They backed down to tyranny.

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