People publicly Reciting anti-national slogans should not be reprimanded because Freedom of Speech

February 25, 2016, 9:22 am

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PoliticsAsUsual, Talya_Sofija, ReadyToBegin, RyanWakefield, WiseGirl, shenanigans, ProudAmerican888 and 3 visitors agree.
NaggingNut, lawyerlady and 1 visitor disagree.

Agreed, however the context does matter because there is a difference e between expressing opinion and calling to action, treason as it has been said is one example.
Example: "That guy should get his a** kicked by us" vs. "Hey guys, kick his ass!"
or "America is dead/dying, we are killing it." vs "Death to America by our hands!"

3 years, 9 months ago

So long as they do not cross over into treason or plotting destruction, yes.

3 years, 9 months ago
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