One might assume Mr. Brown thinks there should be some “common sense” restrictions on our rights guaranteed by the First Amendment:
In a highly unusual instance of a United Nations official singling out an individual country for criticism, Mr. Malloch Brown said that although the United States was constructively engaged with the United Nations in many areas, the American public was shielded from knowledge of that by Washington’s tolerance of what he called “too much unchecked U.N.-bashing and stereotyping.”
“Much of the public discourse that reaches the U.S. heartland has been largely abandoned to its loudest detractors such as Rush Limbaugh and Fox News,” he said.
Mr. Brown forgets that in the United States we are not subjects of the politicians or “The Crown”. Here the politicians are the servants of the citizens. But I guess that is understandable, the politicians here frequently forget it also. This is why we have the Second Amendment–our other communication tool (as Ry once described the pistol on my belt next to my cellphone).
Thanks to Michelle Malkin for bringing this to my attention.