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1. How do you feel about celebrities using the media to share their opinion on political issues such as the war in Iraq? (No more than 40 words)

2. Plenty of people in the public eye, from Kanye to Sean Penn, have shared their perspective on Hurricane Katrina, the response to it, the media coverage of it and how it really brought the existence of poverty in our country to the forefront. Here's your chance. Sound off about Hurricane Katrina- anything goes. (No more than 40 words)

3. There have been some people in the public eye that after speaking out against the administration or war felt they were black-balled or labeled as being unpatriotic. What is your feeling on this? Should they be censored, are they unpatriotic, or is it within their rights to publicly oppose the actions of our government? (No more than 40 words)




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