By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

7 thoughts on “Yes, they are that stupid. (Saturday edition)”
  1. Ish,

    You do not understand. Twitter is their platform. It belongs to them, and they will Not! Tolerate! Wrong! Think!
    You! Must! Submit! They are always Right, especially when they are WRONG.
    Why should they have to face the Hateful! Ugly! Facts!
    They want to live unthinkingly smug cocooned in the bubble of the Progressive Communist Narrative, facts be damned!

  2. Well, the problem is… us. Us being those who are right of Iosef Stalin. Ya know, those who actually view a word at its meaning. So to us ‘free’ is… free. As in unencumbered with any restraints.

    To the Leftist, words mean the exact opposite. Free is bound, constrained, restrained, knuckled under, controlled.

    Like to a real person, progressive (in its original meaning) is to show movement, to be progressing forward. Whereas to a leftist the word means every bad thing about feudalism and dictatorship that you can imagine.

    So to these leftist jackwagon pieces of scum, ‘Freedom of Speech’ is ‘Freedom to agree with whomever is defining the meaning of whatever we are talking about at this precise microsecond, subject to change as whomever is allowing whomever is defining deems it.’

    To me, freedom of speech means freedom to say whatever the (act of copulation) I want, knowing that if I say something stupid that smarter people will correct me and if I say something mean that I can get my foul mouth smashed in. Which, in a sane world, is a pretty progressive interpretation of the concept, that I have the right to say what I want and the responsibility to use that right wisely. AND so does everyone else.

  3. Hate speech is, no matter how much I might disagree with it, as protected as any other kind of speech.

    1. They want us to be like Holland, where the constitution says people have the right to free speech “subject to everyone’s responsibility under the law” which is lawyer-speak for “void where prohibited”. And sure enough, if you say unapproved things there you can end up jail, as a prominent politician (a somewhat Trump-like character) found out the hard way.

  4. Gee, and here I was thinking it was with the sole posting of something that only the courts can solve like yelling FIRE in a crowded movie theater.

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