The First and Second Amendments mean exactly what they say. You should be able to express whatever you want and you should be able to own any kind of weaponry you want and can afford. End. Of. Fucking. Story.
Milo Yiannopoulos @m
Via Gab on August 5, 2019
[I think a good case can be made on restrictions for libel, slander, and incitement to riot/violence. But those exceptions doesn’t make for a good sound bite.—Joe]
I think you may be in error with your comment. The libel, slander and incitement would be consequences of your speech not a limit. You can say what you want but must be responsible for the ill effects if not true. If true there is nothing to discuss other than your opinion of the subject.
I think if you review the case that they claim you can’t yell “Fire” in a crowded theater is really holding the person that yelled it responsible for the deaths that were the result of his speech to get a better seat.
Just what would you yell if the theater was on fire?
Bingo…..Roadie nails it. This means you CAN yell ‘fire’ in a crowded theater. But unless you smell smoke or see flame
you may end up with your butt in a sling.
Thanks Roadie. That exactly it. We should be held responsible for the damage we do.
Well, from my point of view libel and slander et. al. are equivalent to murder and injury with firearms. You can libel or slander all you want, it’s just that there are consequences for those actions as there should be.