reply to post by sad_eyed_lady
By that logic in saying technological advances chance something here, one could say the 1st amendment could never have envisioned the Internet for
speech or Electronic amplification of the voice for the public square.
Dangerous roads that all leads to... Particularly when one considers, the amplification part HAS been cited as the basis to silence Occupy. I don't
have to like 'em to admit they got screwed, Constitutionally..and the "Mic Check" was born entirely out of need after amplification was prohibited,
pretty much everywhere they went.
One must be careful about restricting rights. As we've watched too many times now, restriction of one leads to more and they never know when to quit.
Never. I invite them to leave my God given rights alone, not meddle more in them. The 2nd being first and foremost as the right which secures all
edit on 29-7-2012 by Wrabbit2000 because: (no reason given)