Thursday, December 26, 2013

One more time, for the thickies out there that don't get the obvious.

Concerns about free speech can only be raised legitimately in cases where Congress literally passes a law criminalizing speech, like they did in the case of the Hollywood blacklist, or when Sarah Poopymouth lobbied them to ban Harry Potter that one time that totally happened. To suggest that merely hounding celebrities over willfully misconstrued statements to make examples of them in order to terrify the general population into groveling gestures of submission constitutes some kind of impropriety would be absurd.

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