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Old 09-11-2012, 07:36 AM   #50
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Originally Posted by Bartelby View Post
America and some other Western nations have a long tradition of defining speech as subversive or terroristic in order to respect in a purely formalistic manner the ideal of free speech.
Originally Posted by Bartelby View Post
Free speech may be in a constitution, but it doesn't stop governments from trying to imprison people for publishing things on the internet governments don't want people to see.

Originally Posted by chrischris View Post
What does that mean? Any real examples or should we just take your word for it? Quite a statement...
I don't know how he did it, but chrischris was able to post a question without injecting a mention of global warming; and it's a good question, too.

Any response, Bartelby (if that is who you really are)!?
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