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Barack Obama stands up for free speech, severely criticizes SONY for pulling "The Interview"

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posted on Dec, 25 2014 @ 05:39 AM

originally posted by: ~Lucidity

originally posted by: Aleister
It'll be released now, I'm pretty sure of that.

Even after this statement, doesn't it still depend on what the lawyers make of it all. If it is released and something happens, who's liable?

I believe people should be liable for their own actions and so, if something happens, then whoever does said "something" will be liable for said "something".

posted on Dec, 29 2014 @ 06:29 AM

originally posted by: Echtelion
Free speech.... funny man.

Now he's compromising world peace just over a stupid, brainturd movie being cancelled. Wow...

Millions, billions of lives in the hands of Sony Picture and stupid movie.

ok...sooooo you want free speech or not?


NO...NK ((if they truly are threatening)) are compromising world speech not Obama

Look I don't like the guy anymore...and I voted twice...but I bet you my next paycheck if he came out to the conference and said "Please do not release the film...NK is getting aggressive"

The same barrel of people would be here saying "OMG! He caved to a POS country like NK?"

So which is it? Free speech or not?

I'd like to stick with free speech thank you

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