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Washington Sketch: Live, From Golden, Colo., It's Al-Jazeera

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The Washington Post's Dana Milbank sketches news network Al-Jazeera's visit to Golden, Colorado. (Video by Akira Hakuta / washingtonpost.com)

Posted at 12:36 PM ET on Aug 28, 2008  | Category:  Tent City
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The day after the buffalo Rose hosted a broadcast for the Al Jazeera English, we have a plane flying around Golden with Osama's picture and telling people to go to a website. I believe in freedom of speech, however have we forgot what happened in New York on 9-11? It is a disgrace to this country that something like this should be allowed! Mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers and children died doing nothing wrong yet we embrace terrorist as if there are no accountability for their actions. This is a sad day for America!

Posted by: Jackie | August 28, 2008 2:56 PM

The fool in us all.

Posted by: jin crouwe | August 28, 2008 1:48 PM

As an American, Iall I can say is 'how embarrassing?!

Posted by: Obama-Junkie | August 28, 2008 1:23 PM

Once again, Americans show their 'civilized' side to the world. I wonder how many years before the U.N. boots America out.

Posted by: playa | August 28, 2008 1:18 PM

I hope that Hispanic voters realize that if Baracky Hussein Obama becomes President, they will be at the bottom of the barrel - Baracky Hussein Obama will have to pacify the Black voters after gaining 99 % of their vote.

Democrats for John McCain in 2008

Posted by: gary | August 28, 2008 1:04 PM

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