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Friday, November 18, 2011

Occupy the convention center

Ahhhh, The slippery slope. When is the first amendment "limited"? When and where can you occupy some place or not occupy it for a protest? To ask a political figure a question?

Reporter/Blogger Dan "The man" Andrews
finds out first hand that the publicly funded hallway at the convention center is not a "free speech zone".

1 comment:

  1. The right to freedom of speech and to peacefully assemble is not the right to move onto a property and live there. However, I don't have a problem with the protestors living in tents in a park. That's much cheaper welfare than having to provide housing and electricity for them. We should transition all people getting free housing and electricity over to tents in parks.


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