I appreciate WND's commitment to airing liberal views along with the rest, in its effort to give the other side a fair hearing. Freedom of speech, so far, so good. Understood.
I would simply like to ask a question: Where does that commitment end? Today, Bill Press advocated for Obama's continuing use of unconstitutional measures, actually stating that he needs to go FURTHER in this treasonous direction. Again, to set the stage, today, a columnist at WND is openly calling for this president to disregard the Constitution. And he is doing it with your permission, at your site and on your dime.
To put my question another way, what would a commentator need to advocate at this site to be sent packing? Where is the outer limit of your outrage? When is enough of this enough? What would a columnist need to write at WND for you to decide that it would be best if he advocated his treason elsewhere? What would he have to opine to make you decide that yes, we believe a man can write whatever he wants, but sometimes it would serve WND best if he do it somewhere else?
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