Posted by: James Atticus Bowden | May 6, 2015

Limits on Free Speech

2 out 3 parts of speech that  is Verboten by Political Correctness.  Missing the homosexual sex is sin and 'marriage' isn't marriage at all.

2 out 3 parts of speech that are ‘Verboten’ by Political Correctness. Missing the homosexual sex is sin and ‘marriage’ isn’t marriage at all.

Every God-given, Constitution-written, individual Right has limits. The limits on free speech include public safety – the classic yelling “Fire” in a theater, inciting to riot, defamation and libel. We have the appropriate laws in the legal Codes of the sovereign States.

If a state is foolish enough to create laws against ‘Hate Speech’ then so be it for the fools who live in that state.

The proper limits on speech don’t include limiting religious speech and offensive speech. Or, both together.

Saying homosexual behavior is a sin – is part of my freedom in Virginia.

Saying Islam is a barbarian Totalitarian ideology that includes an identity and a religion is within my freedom. Telling the truth that the Muslim prophet, Moe, was illiterate, a rapist, a pedophile and a murderer who committed genocide is factual – and protected speech.

Waving, wearing and displaying a Confederate Battle Flag to honor my heroic ancestors, is my free speech.

Provocative speech to Liberals, sissy Christians, and Muslims is protected speech.

Limiting free speech is the desire of Totalitarianism and heart of cowards. We’ll have to change our National Anthem if Americans are afraid to speak against Political Correctness.

The Home of the Cowards isn’t the Land of the Free.

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Responses

  1. You obviously have the right to say these things, whether or not it is loving, prudent or necessary…. that’s a different thing. Freedom of speech is not freedom from criticism.
    Blessings on your journey.

    • Some will be silent because of kindness. Some because of cowardice. When someone says you can’t say something and must shut up, its incumbent to speak up – not shut up. Freedom of speech: use it or lose it.

      • Isn’t doing something just because you’re told not to just as bad as doing doing something just because you’re told to? Shouldn’t we have a purpose and use our freedoms as we need; not dependent on others permission or prohibition?

      • Liberties are like myscles, in that the more they’re exercised, the stronger they become.

  2. The purpose of exercising the freedom of speech should be obvious. When someone says you can’t say something – the purpose of speaking is to show you can.


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