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  1. The video doesn’t exactly support the headline.

    Neither CNBC nor Moore had applied for a guest pass, says the reporter. CNBC was led to believe Moore was handling that. Moore’s side didn’t. Then Moore implies that he in particular was banned, but does so in a rhetorical question fashion, not responding to the reporter’s statement that Moore had neglected to apply for permission to enter.

    Of course it might be true that the NYSE would have not approved Moore, although his outrage would have been more effective if he had actually applied for permission. The NYSE is a private membership corporation, not a public facility. It’s not the Treasury Department, for instance. In general, private organizations won’t let critics on their premises. I’m sure critics of Moore are not allowed to film in his offices.

    Comment by Stern — June 30, 2007 @ 5:05 am

  2. I agree with the above comment. Is it true he was denied access?

    Comment by Lydia Cornell — June 30, 2007 @ 1:29 pm

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