posted on Sep, 19 2012 @ 03:28 AM
I'm sorry, I just posted in another thread covering a similar argument, but when I saw this I decided I must reply. What's next, we can't criticize
a movie because the director's feelings may get hurt? Criticism may seem impracticable, but it does have it's uses. Criticizing religion, movies,
artwork, Employee (Or coworker's) job performance allows for deeper conversation on whatever subject is being spoke of to be brought up, possibly
changing someone's mind on something in their life, allowing for positive change in the workplace through constructive criticism, helping a potential
movie goer choose a film that may better suite them, etc.
Come on, how can our very own Department of Justice not be able to ensure with 100% support that Freedom of Speech will be protected under our
constitution, no matter who's panties get in a bunch. Would this not, if not even in a loophole, fall under the "Separation of Church and
When it come's to a man's (or woman's of course) choice to follow (or not follow) a certain religion, the government needs to stay out of it....
COMPLETELY. I mean, how hard is it guys, if the topic includes anything religious, it should be dropped from the court completely. Leave it alone.