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February 6th, 2014
09:39 PM ET

Would you go to Sochi?

In light of recent terror threats, Crossfire's Newt Gingrich & Sally Kohn ask Rep. Adam Schiff and Sen. Ron Johnson if they would go to Sochi for the Olympic games.

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  1. william


    February 17, 2014 at 7:12 pm | Reply
  2. Minnie Mouse

    Absolutely yes would go to Sochi if I had a family member or child who had made it to the Olympics. There are threats in everyday life just starting in your own car just trying to get to work. You don't know if the person texting while driving is going to drive into your lane, hit you or another car ect.. As a country we waste to much time worrying about what ifs. If something does happen, then deal with it. We would be living in a sad country if everyone had to stay inside every time someone made some type of threat, regardless to what it was and most of them generally don't ever happen. The Olympics seem to be going exceptionally well.

    February 10, 2014 at 9:13 am | Reply
  3. Bert974

    Why is the Car-men story the headline at 2.30 PM on Saturday. Another goofy gay story because of the Russian Olympics.

    February 8, 2014 at 2:27 pm | Reply
  4. Bill C

    Sally, I believe that there is a problem with your belief that the illegal aliens just want to come to the United States to work. The problem is that, in order for the illegal aliens to actually find a job with a company that does not want to get into trouble for hiring illegal aliens, they (the illegal aliens) need to buy fake/fraudulent Immigration Documents (i.e. Green Cards) and a Social Security Card. These fake documents are using the numbers of real people who have had their alien registration numbers and/or social security numbers stolen and used for this exact purpose. If they just come here, work and don't contribute to this crime against legitimate citizens or residents of the United States, then, that is a different issue. The illegal alien families that you say are being ripped apart know the risks for having come to the United States illegally to begin with.

    February 6, 2014 at 10:08 pm | Reply
    • Kurt

      That's an odd stance.

      You're basically saying that if they could come here legally and work without getting false documents, you'd have no problem with them. But because they do need false documents, you are against making it so they have amnesty where they can come over to work without false documents.

      See the circle there?

      February 7, 2014 at 2:17 pm | Reply
  5. George Taylor@(CO)

    Yes w/ Help

    February 6, 2014 at 10:01 pm | Reply

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