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Re: Bernstein hearing: The Press Release
In <[email protected]>, on 09/23/96
at 07:23 AM, Declan McCullagh <[email protected]> said:
= .Clearly, speech that makes someone uncomfortable must be banned by
= .the government.
is that what you really meant? pretty liberal is it not?
this gives in to the notion that if I'm standing on the street
corner with a friend discussing anarchistic libertarian theory,
and the proverbial fat lady waiting to cross the street has
her 'common sense' offended and sings...
this is what that big government liberal philosophy (and not
just tax and spend) --regulation, and more regulation. they have
already 'revised' in the name of political correctness even
not withstanding that 'to the victor goes the spoils and the
rewriting of history,' the Feds have already brainwashed the last
generation of school children, using the very element of society
who disdained the government --the 60s liberal.
I dunno, declan, I did not really perceive you as a brain-
washed, brain dead liberal. if what you stated above is true, it
is totally opposite to your stand on freedom of speech and the
care to mitigate that statement or defend it in terms of free
O, what a fall there was, my countrymen!
Then I, and you, and all of us fell down,
Whilst bloody treason flourish'd over us.
-- Shakespeare (Julius Caesar)