Re: Are we just secretaries? Free Speech
Yes!! Everyone on this list is ready at the drop of a hat to cite
non-existent civil rights (e.g., the right not to be required
to take a drug-test when applying for a job), but no
one stands up for the first amendment, which
defends the individual's right to speak his/her mind without
fear of retaliation, even if what the speaker says does
not conform to the current thinking of the dictatorship of the
politically correct elitists.
Up with free speech.
Up those who enforce politically correct speech.
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