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  • #195806
    Penny F
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    ESther L,

    When you say science over conspiracy, I would hesitate to say that one can be proven and one cannot. That is a slippery slope. Any Science book starts out with this definition:
    The observation, identification, description, experimental investigation, and theoretical explanation of phenomena.
    IMHO, it means the same as Doctors, they are all “practicing” and should not be the end-all of facts. Even our highest paid official, Fauci flipped flopped on so many issues. WHY? b/c they are “practicing” and not 100% of anything. That is why it is unethical and immoral to mandate or require a ONE-SHOT fits all. It plainly doesn’t.
    Also, FREE SPEECH means just that. IMHO, ALL should be allowed. ALL. Censor your own children if you don’t want them to see porn. Trust me, they will see it eventually anyway and it probably will not kill them, but holding back information pertinent to my life, will kill me.

    #195809
    Anonymous
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    Excellent points about science and the shot! That is very well said and I appreciate it. Do you mind if I repeat it to my nephew as a point to consider? I did hold off as long as I could but eventually chose a paycheck. I’m enough of an oddity at work already without adding unvaccinated to my repertoire.
    Although again, the 1st amendment only applies to congress, not public speech. There is no law or constitutional right to free speech outside of that. There are a number of laws curtailing obscenity, inciting a riot, slander, etc. Those are all laws against “free speech” and I don’t think society would be improved if they were removed.

    #195813
    Chris422🤠
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    It only applies to congress because only congress can make laws. Therefore any law or enforcement there of may not restrict free expression. Except in endangerment of your fellow citzens.

    #195814
    Chris422🤠
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    To be blunt, the only entity that can infringe on the 1st amendment is the government. These laws and rights are to protect “US” from our own government.

    That’s to keep Uncle Sam from becoming a dictatorship. “We the people” are the bosses in this country.

    #195816
    Penny F
    Participant

    CHRIS422, EXACTLY. It is entertaining to see how our own citizens can interpret HOW our constitution is read. How could Congress be the only one in which free speech applies?!?! Just wondering how that interpretation could possibly be accurate.

    #195817
    Chris422🤠
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    I first learned this in Civics in high school and continued it in college via political science.

    #195844
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Chris, thank you. That’s a great interpretation. However, it doesn’t mean that free speech of any type must be allowed everywhere. Society is still able to determine what it feels is appropriate as a whole.

    Penny, the interpretation wasn’t that free speech only applies in congress. That’s entertaining. It is that the government cannot inhibit free speech. So yes, per laws, it cannot. In a collective society, based on morals and human decency, free speech is not protected because the society will not allow it.

    For instance, I often speak my mind when it isn’t appropriate. I’ve learned through experience and therapy that I must consider my audience and the dialogue that has been happening before speaking when I have an opposing position or questions. As you can tell, it isn’t perfected. However, I am greatly improved. Humanity does not allow free speech without repercussions.

    Back to the topic at hand. I am looking forward to the next round of discovery!

    #195852
    Chris422🤠
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    No, your wrong. Only a court can interpret law. Since that interpretation was made by the Supreme Court, it’s the law of the land.

    #195854
    Chris422🤠
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    Oh and by the way, even hate speech is protected. I can hate whoever I like and as long as I don’t act on it. There is no crime.

    #195855
    Chris422🤠
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    Good feeling has no legal precedence. We can’t just punish people because it feels good. That’s why we have a court system; So people don’t take the law into their own hands.

    If we did that, we’d be like the clan.

    #195857
    Penny F
    Participant

    Lol, I love it when Free speech is interpreted. It is exactly that…..Free speech. In America, you are free to stand on the corner and scream how much you hate our government, the Chinese government, any government and you will not face retribution. If you are in China, or if you are Biden or his family, you may be sent to a labor camp or killed. #compromised

    #195858
    Chris422🤠
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    One of the main reasons there is a separation of powers is to prevent tyranny. If society were to truly create law without a court system, it would be no better than a dictatorship like the nazis.

    It doesn’t matter what color , what nationality, or even creed. There is hate in all men’s hearts.

    It means everyone is capable of evil, especially the self-righteous.

    To say otherwise, is sheer folly.

    #195859
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Ok, here is where I don’t comprehend the distinctions so I will have to leave this part of the topic as something I can’t process. I appreciate the discussion!

    #195868
    Knobby
    Moderator

    ARIZONA AUDIT: Voters ‘With No Record’ Of Their Existence In Database Far Outnumber Biden’s Lead

    Among the audit’s findings so far: 11,326 people in the county who voted in the November 3 election were NOT on the voter rolls on November 7, but were added to the voter rolls by December 4. This number is higher than Joe Biden’s supposed statewide “lead” in Arizona of 10,457 votes. Additionally, more than 74,000 mail-in ballots were counted in the county even though there is no recorded evidence of the ballots being sent to the “voters” in the first place — and Maricopa County withheld all photographic evidence of the mail-in ballot envelopes from the Republican audit team (meanwhile, photographs show ballot printers and boxes getting loaded onto a “Destruction” truck in Phoenix during the Senate hearing). Thin ballot paper used for approximately 168,000 ballots led to markers “bleeding through” the paper, damaging ballots, after a Maricopa County official ordered staff to hand out Sharpie markers to same-day voters even though she knew about concerns with the Sharpies. Another round of subpoenas is expected, as state senators call for the Republican-controlled Arizona legislature to decertify the election and “recall” Joe Biden’s electors in the state.

    #195869
    Chris422🤠
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    Esther>

    You do understand that America isn’t a democracy? No mob rule?

    I hope everyone is aware that the United States is governed by a representative republic.

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