An error occurred while saving the commentRon Fiadini commented
I would suggest too you at AOL that your Bias is showing and in these times it is very much the concern of your members, as I am a paying member myself that:
1. Regardless of your political positions at the upper level of management and or stock ownership
that millions of U.S. citizens are as we speak going to other platforms for their entertainment, news, opinions, research, etc. etc.
2. when I am welcomed to AOL with total leftist news and propaganda I am completely horrified, and disheartened to see the likes of robert dinero who has shown complete and total disrespect for our current President, by actually and openly threatening to punch our President in his face.
He has used vile language also and many people in this country feel that this is not the platform on which to give a violent thug, and that is all he is, or has become, the space with which gain high marks from his left leaning friends. Its fine to be a tough guy in the movies BUT, in real life he is only a punk looking for attention. To his credit he was a fine actor and probably still is. "BUT" that only takes him so far! I have already trashed the God father trilogy, casino, and others. they were my favorites at one time. what a shame a great talent gone to sub human waste. and unfortunately the other actors that have made and continue to make movies with him are missing out on all the worthy praise that would be leveled on them , but for the fact that his name, and face are are now poison to my guesstimate of forty five to fifty million of our country men. A pity!!
And of course the same goes for many, many other actors in the industry..
If only AOL could stay out of the dirty side of politics people would flock to you. I am right on the edge myself as are many others. Fox news is as of today not a company that I support, as are so many others that stopped reporting news, but choose to make up their own news. your never to big to FAIL and that's a fact! CNN was once great, now they are at the bottom of the dung heap in ratings!
I've been with AOL loyalty for at least 30 years. Does that, or shouldn't that count for something?