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Robert Groden sells things in Dealey Plaza: Should he be allowed to do so?

  • I don't see why not

    He isn't hurting anyone by being there and doing what he's doing. It also is apparently not against the law for him to be doing it. They have ticketed him over 80 times! Not a single one of those times has ended in a conviction. Why not just let the guy be?

  • Yes, i agree.

    I strongly support that Robert Groden should sell things in Dealey Plaza. Robert Groden lectures and sells printed and digital material about the Kennedy assassination in Dealey Plaza on weekends. Here’s the thing. If you have strong feelings about the Kennedy assassination, Dealey Plaza or banners, please put them aside for one moment

  • People should be allowed to sell things in Dealey Plaza

    While I would say it is tacky and in poor judgment to do so, people should have the right to sell things in Dealey Plaza. That is a part of the freedoms that come with living in America, considering he is not physically harming anyone. People should not support him and that would work the situation out.

  • Yes, Robert Groden should be allowed to sell memorabilia in Dealey Plaza.

    Yes, Robert Groden should be allowed to sell memorabilia in Dealey Plaza, the site of the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Most American institutions, including the media and the military industrial complex, benefit from national tragedies. It is only fair that small-business men be able to profit as well.

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