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Poll Results: Are There Some Questions That Shouldn’t Be Asked?

Friday we asked you to tell us what you thought about a facebook post from Damali Keith, a reporter for Houston FOX owned station KRIV.

Keith wrote, “”Too many women are being tortured & held as sex slaves locked in someone’s dungeon created in their home. One way to stop it is to have random searches of everyone’s home. Would you be willing to have your home searched???”

While the margin looks slim at first glance, adding in the comments of the “other” voters which ranged from “Stupid,” to “Unconstitutional,” it’s pretty safe to say most TVSpy readers who voted had a negative view of the post.

44.83%     I think it’s offensive

37.93%     I think it’s fine

17.24%     Other

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Poll: Are There Some Questions That Shouldn’t Be Asked?

This week Damali Keith, a reporter for Houston FOX owned station KRIV, stirred up a hornet’s nest of commentary on her facebook page when she posted a question that looks like it was spurred by the recent discovery of three kidnapped women in Cleveland.

Keith wrote, “Too many women are being tortured & held as sex slaves locked in someone’s dungeon created in their home. One way to stop it is to have random searches of everyone’s home. Would you be willing to have your home searched???”

So we want to know what you think.  Is this an appropriate question used to stir up some lively debate or is it over the line?