AOL bought the Huffington Post a number of years ago. As a member of AOL, I would voice my political opinion on their blog. There was a lot of interesting view points. When AOL added the Huffington Post, I wrote AOL and told them that people who disagreed with their viewpoint would be eventually eliminated especially those who knew politics and kept abreast of it. I received no answer from AOL. I signed up for the Huffington Post blog, and shared my viewpoints. I must have made somebody angry because I noticed i was getting flack from people who had received a great amount of kudos from other bloggers regarding their left wing positions. It did not phase me, I just answered them. All of a sudden I was not allowed to sign into the Huffington Post blog. I inquired about 10 times asking why I was eliminated and never received an answer. I just wanted some proof that I broke rules. Then I wrote AOL about 20 times with the same question, and never received an answer. I think I am entitled to an answer and should be allowed to use their blog. I seek no apology, but all the news on AOL comes from the Huffington Post, and many of the writers are bias. It is infuriating that I cannot give them another viewpoint. If AOL can send me messages trying to get me to use their advertising products, I think they can take the time to answer me instead of ignoring me. This may be trivial, but I politics is something that is my hobby. Otherwise, I like AOL. However, I think the Huffington Post is not an honorable or ethical news reporter.
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