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Should Piers Morgan Be Deported?

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Many people have criticized gun laws in America since the Sandy Hook massacre that left 20 children and a handful of adults dead last December. But when CNN's Piers Morgan did it, it led to a petition calling for the CNN host to be deported from America back to the U.K.

The petition, which called for the TV show host to be deported from the U.S., was led by conservative radio host Alex Jones and signed by 100,000 Americans. But it was inevitably turned down by the White House.

Morgan upset many pro-gun groups with his critique of gun legislation in America, even suggesting a ban. Do you think Piers Morgan should have been deported for his comments? Or are they just like other criticizing comments we hear all the time from our own citizens?

FOXNEWS.COM reports:
He said: The bottom line, and I know this will be very distressing to people in Britain, is that I'm going to be staying in America on the President’s orders.
foxnews reports line distressing people britain staying america presidents orders

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  • alan.peters.737 2013/03/20 17:48:23
    Yes
    alan.peters.737
    +2
    I think that as a journalist one should at least try try to be a little unbiased. Even though, obviously a journalist is going to have their own views and ideas they should explore both sides of any story or commentary. I find Piers Morgan offensive and inflammatory...I tried to watch him one time and couldn't handle listening to his DUMB ASS...DEPORT HIM TODAY.
  • Hakking 2013/03/20 17:27:43
  • Phoenix2014 2013/03/07 06:51:38
    No
    Phoenix2014
    +2
    I don't like Piers, but in this country he has the right to speak his mind. Our laws are there to protect unpopular things, not popular. I don't like Piers however he shouldn't be deported for speaking his mind. (If he's actually speaking his mind, all these goons on mainstream media are puppets and talking heads as far as I'm concerned).
  • Hakking Phoenix... 2013/03/20 17:27:03
  • Phoenix... Hakking 2013/03/20 20:33:54
    Phoenix2014
    +1
    Really? I did not know that... Then in that case throw the bum back overseas, oh wait he fled because of scandal didn't he?
  • Gangstersteve1993 2013/02/17 03:30:11
    Yes
    Gangstersteve1993
    +2
    He should be place in Argentina. Or we could do this to him.
  • Gangste... Gangste... 2013/02/17 03:31:24
    Gangstersteve1993
    +1
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?... Sorry guys the URL wasn't showing.
  • ScottM 2013/02/08 17:28:36
    Yes
    ScottM
    +3
    But so should all of the biased so called "news" reporters that don't let the people they're interviewing finish talking
  • OPen Minded 2013/02/07 05:12:22
    No
    OPen Minded
    +2
    No, but he should be tazed.

    He's an idiot, only trying to boost his ratings. He checks which way the wind is blowing before making up an opinion. Always attacking the little guy. Smug arsehole should be fired.
  • tjohn6763 2013/01/26 01:34:30
    Yes
    tjohn6763
    +2
    as soon as Alec Baldwin and Barbra striesand
  • Hakking tjohn6763 2013/03/20 17:29:04
  • Avose 2013/01/22 00:20:36
    No
    Avose
    +2
    That jones guy is a right nutjob. Damn right wing conspiracy theorist
  • Eric 2013/01/21 00:41:38
    Yes
    Eric
    +2
    He should not meddle in our countries affairs. He should go back to England.
  • Ty 2013/01/20 04:31:32
    No
    Ty
    +2
    Whomever the screw ball was that came up with that idea, should be deported himself. Their reason for saying that is because Piers got on that gun nut that was on his show. The Bible says, "He that lives by the sword, shall die by the sword. MrTy
  • tom.grove Ty 2013/02/06 01:41:04
    tom.grove
    +2
    A person defending himself, family, friends, state, and nation is "living by the sword"? Odd reasoning...
  • onesarahouston 2013/01/19 22:11:17
  • M. Y. 2013/01/18 21:23:20
    No
    M. Y.
    +2
    This is America. Freedom of speech and Freedom from censorship should be accorded to Everyone. If you have a different opinion, you are free to espouse it to anyone willing to listen. These rights and priveliges should be utilized responsibly and respectfully. Would we deport an American citizen whose views were identical. Rupert Murdoch (an Australian) runs a media empire which has an agenda seeking to alter or influence thought and opinion on a daily basis. What if he was a muslim?
  • Vito23 2013/01/18 00:28:29
  • codie.paul 2013/01/17 18:49:58 (edited)
    Yes
    codie.paul
    +2
    Ah, wth? Why not? Hes an annoying rude arrogant bastard anyway. People cant tell me they really like listening to him. Certainly is boring. Haha like that comment. Simple and straight to the point. But seriously this just is so wrong and uncool and mean and heartless. Who else does that? I thought Ricky Gervais was annoying and arrogant and rude. Hes nothing compared to this English bastard. Deport. See if the English over there want to put up with his ass. How was he not hurting anyone? Seriously? Wow. And funny pic with the joker hat and clown nose. Haha. Thats about all he is. Haha. A sad a pathetic rude arrogant mean heartless clowny bastard.
  • ghostrider 2013/01/17 04:54:26
    No
    ghostrider
    +4
    No .... why? ... because he's not a 'gun crazy'?
  • Bob P. Clarkson 2013/01/16 23:25:28 (edited)
    No
    Bob P. Clarkson
    +3
    Piers enjoys the same freedoms that most anyone who comes to the United States have, a guarantee of free speech.

    There are only two ways someone could speak and the Second Amendment wouldn't apply.

    One is if others were to be put in physical danger, such as a person screaming "Fire! Fire!" in a room filled with people. The second way would be someone exhorting others to overthrow our government through the application of violence.

    To put my statement into proper perspective, I must let everyone know that I am a law-abiding citizen who served his country in war, is a "Strict Constructionist" of the US Constitution, is a Republican to the right with Tea Party affiliations, and who has not voted for a Democrat for President since I made a mistake in 1964.
  • M. Y. Bob P. ... 2013/01/18 21:40:35
    M. Y.
    +1
    FYI. Actually, you can't libel, slander, threaten someone with bodily harm. You cannot lie in certain situations that create fraud or detrimental reliance, etc.
  • MS PRUD 2013/01/16 23:02:58
    Yes
    MS PRUD
    +1
    Who does he think he is to come to America and tell us how to operate. There are more murders in his own country than we have in ours - but his they use knives.
  • Susan D... MS PRUD 2013/01/17 00:57:40
    Susan DiMarco
    +3
    He has the same rights as everyone else does.
  • MS PRUD Susan D... 2013/01/24 20:20:47
  • Evva MS PRUD 2013/01/24 20:16:53
    Evva
    +4
    Hmm, interesting point, considering the way we came to America and told others how to operate. Funny, huh...
  • MS PRUD Evva 2013/01/24 20:23:43
    MS PRUD
    +1
    How many did you tell how to operate America??????? What did we tell them as how to operate America?????
  • John.J.... MS PRUD 2013/01/26 03:52:26
    John.J.J.Stevens
    +3
    the ancestors of many gave my ancestors blankets with smallpox .. Told my ancestors that their way was better, Told my ancestors that they were complete savages .. after some of my ancestors taught theirs how to survive on this continent.
    does that answer your question? ( oh if you didn't guess I am part native American.)
  • MS PRUD John.J.... 2013/02/06 00:29:08
    MS PRUD
    I agree with you being a native American, and history does tell us you did not get a fair shake, however Pierce is from Britian trying to tell Americans what we should do when he has his own country that is a mess. He has no legal right to tell Americans anything. If he does not like what we do then he should go home. What is the difference of Pierce telling us what to do and IRAN telling us what to do? Would you listen to IRAN. Not on your life.
  • John.J.... MS PRUD 2013/02/06 03:32:41
    John.J.J.Stevens
    +1
    You mean without killing American's he is stating his opinion. Got it... Unlike those that came here from Europe previously that had "No Legal Right" as you put it to tell my ancestors what to do .. .your right no correlation at all. not at all hypocritical in the least .. well at least you admit that my ancestors didn't get a fair shake. not like any of them died at all not like with what Pierce is doing...
  • Evva MS PRUD 2013/01/26 05:48:34
    Evva
    +4
    Unbelievable ignorance!!! That's all i can say
  • MentalGopher 2013/01/16 16:24:06
    No
    MentalGopher
    +2
    Kinda seems pointless to deport him. I doubt the Brits really want him back and no other country's gonna want him.
  • MS PRUD MentalG... 2013/01/24 20:25:32
    MS PRUD
    +1
    I agree - he tries to push the Brits way of life on Americans but he forgets HE HAS A KING AND QUEEN and that NOT voted on every four years. If he does not like the way America is doing things then his place is in another country - like his own.
  • John.J.... MS PRUD 2013/01/28 12:26:30
    John.J.J.Stevens
    +1
    actually he has a Prime minister that is elected .. the queen is now little more than a figurehead, symbol if you will, and has been for quite some time.
  • Ashlee Fortney 2013/01/16 15:31:59 (edited)
    No
    Ashlee Fortney
    i dont think that he should be deported because he is allowed to have his own opinion. but has he never heard the saying,"guns dont kill people, people kill people?" If someone really wants to kill someone, they are going to find a way. Just like most of us have been told,"locks are for honest people." if someone wants something, they will find a way to fulfill thier need. but pierce is allowed to have his own opinion.
  • Cleaver62 2013/01/16 09:13:39
    No
    Cleaver62
    +2
    No... for what? Exercising his freedom of speech? You have just got to love conservatives who want to be selective in which parts of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights they support. Another conservative epic FAIL!!!
  • Evva Cleaver62 2013/01/24 20:18:40
    Evva
    +1
    So true!
  • zaddaa 2013/01/16 07:55:03
    No
    zaddaa
    +2
    We do not have the right to kick someone out of our country just because some people disagree on one thing.
  • Peggy 2013/01/16 01:22:20
    Yes
    Peggy
    +1
    If he isn't happy here (US) he is welcome to go to his birth country. Just saying, he is welcome to leave along with anyone else that comes here and wants to change America to be like the country they left!
  • sally 2013/01/16 01:02:09
    No
    sally
    +1
    That's bullcrap. What happened to freedom of speech or freedom of the press?
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