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The Supreme Court What Do They Have To Hide The tone of this article is pretty much summed up in the first sentence The author writes I wonder what the pompous justices on our Supreme Court have to hide by not letting their actions be viewed live on national television Aldrich 6B He is obviously angry that we have been somewhat shut out from the Supreme Court decision on the Florida recount Anger and aggression fill the voice of this article as we the people have been kept in the dark and robbed of our right to know how the system works What this article is trying to accomplish is to let the people and media know that we are being shut out from what is really going on inside the doors of the Supreme Court It is also trying to persuade the media to try and get more coverage on the trial The general public is being persuaded to think that we are not seeing enough coverage and that we dont know what is really going on in the trial This article makes a lot of sense to me I think they should show coverage of the trial on national television This is the election of our highest official in the US and we are not allowed to see the trial on TV The OJ Simpson trial received more air coverage than this To me the election of our countries president is a lot more important than the OJ Simpson trial I believe this article is very logical I am sure there are many people who think exactly the same way that Aldrich thinks He is right in the fact that we the people should know and see more of the trial Having it broadcast on national television would show how the system really works In the article he writes This election is such a closely followed subject it seems to me that
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