"The cost of living in a free society is tolerating disagreement."
The First Amendment forbids the government to restrict free speech - this question is about the conduct of everyday citizens. Just because, legally, you *can* protest outside your neighbor's house and put pressure on the company he works for to fire him for holding an opinion you disagree with, doesn't mean you *should.*
So with that being said, the question bears repeating: do you believe that tolerating and protecting speech that makes your blood boil is a price worth paying to live in a free society?
PLEASE READ THE ABOVE BEFORE VOTING.
- I may disagree vehemently with what you say, but I defend your right to say it.50% (2)80% (4)67% (6)Vote
- You aren't protected from the consequences of what you say... and I'll nudge those consequences along if I find it particularly disagreeable.50% (2)20% (1)33% (3)Vote
- Sorry. There is no room in our society for ________.0% (0)0% (0)0% (0)Vote
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I think I am option B - I don't want to live in a society where someone can stand up and say it is perfectly alright to have sex with children.0