Two British college girls wore costumes depicting the twin towers being attacked and a 22-year-old Michigan woman dressed up as a Boston marathon bombing victim.
What do you think, can people wear whatever they want as their Halloween costumes?
We asked CNN Political Commentators Will Cain And Marc Lamont Hill to weigh in with their thoughts.
See what they had to say in the video above.
ithey are called costumes for a reason. It's halloween. get over yourself already. If you don't like it, stop looking, stop listening, stop participating. Your personal emotions should not take precedence over the ability to express yourself. I can't believe this is news. Would people be outraged if someone dressed up as the Alamo? Of course not... That was over a hundred years ago. It's not a personal attack on you. Don't be so self righteous as to think it was personally directed at you. This is STUPID! it's not even news. The outrage machine that fuels the 24/7 news cycle is disgusting
you just can't fix stupid. our idiotics cost us with way too much regulation as it is.
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