Editor's Note: The release of the Lockerbie bomber, Ron Paul’s comments on the current proposal for health care reform, and questions over the gender of South African track star Caster Semenya drew a myriad of opinions from Thursday night’s AC360° viewers. Here’s some of what we heard, but we’d like to know what YOU think too:
Thank you for having Ron Paul on your show today. Thank you for giving him the time to answer your questions and voice his thoughts.
I would just like to say thank you for having Dr. Ron Paul on your program tonight. I appreciate you guys allowing a guy who aroused so much support during the last Republican primary to speak his mind and let America hear what he has to say. Good job!
Ron Paul made me laugh when he said, "I think you know me well enough . . . “Yeah, I know you well enough to have expected that illegal alien comment. People are already mad about the proposed plan. Convince them that the money will be going to help illegal aliens and that will KEEP 'em mad. It's ridiculous for him to say that some of the people in his family aren't even in need of health care. Um, that's one of the problems about it; you often don't need it until you DO.
While I am dismayed by the release of Abdelbeset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi from his cell in Greenock I am was equally dismayed be the assertion By Jeffry Toobin, on your show tonight that compassionate release does happen more frequently in "England" than here in the US. Maybe so but please advise Mr Toobin that Scotland is not part of England and retains a completely separate judicial system from the rest of the United Kingdom.
My sympathy lies with the families of those who died at the hands of the Lockerbie bomber; where is compassion for them in this decision?
I think when people hear the story about runner Caster Semenya that you automatically think it was some kind of fraud by the athlete, but in a very small percentage of cases it could happen, and NOT be the result of fraud or misconduct at all. You know when a kid is born the parents aren't going around checking his/her chromosomes. You kind of open the diaper….and stick with it.
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