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"I do support your right to free speech - I just don't support your tone."
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Joe's Bar - free speech
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"The way I see it, the Constitution cuts both ways. The First Amendment gives you the right to say what you want, but the Second Amendment gives me the right to shoot you for it."
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"So what if the First Amendment does go? We still have twenty-?ve more."
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"Sticks and stones may break your bones, but hate speech is actionable."
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"Personally, I prefer the old White House pressroom."
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'I'm just exercising my first amendment rights.'
"Call it 'legislating from the bench,' if you will, but on this occasion I should like to repeal the First Amendment."
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"...And now for the local news."
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"In light of the recent normalization of so much abhorrent speech and behavior, the defendant respectfully enters a plea of "Seriously?" to the crimes he's charged with!"
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Freedom of Speech: $2.50 per minute.
"Remember, Mr. Trump, we have a history of a free press in this country."
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'Danae's spent all this week writing new amendments, which I can only assume means she doesn't know what it'll take to get them into the constitution...so I sent her a link on the process...'
'They just need a little tweaking and updating...like the first one...people abuse it, so I'm changing it to the right for everyone to shut up around me.'
'Corinth takes his first amendment religious rights seriously. He's a money worshipper.'
"It's a First Amendment thing. She's trying to balance out the influence of the Kock brothers money influence."
'The First Amendment is just for people!'
"And this will allow people the freedom to express themselves through the talking points of their choosing."
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'My rationale for 'obscene' profits is they're protected under the first amendment, so why not go for it?'
'Oh-oh - this next case is about hate speech in the Constitution.'
"Sorry, your talking in class is not protected by the 1st Amendment."
"Of course the first amendment stands, I am just outlawing the use of your vocal chords."
"Your rule about no yelling out in class...that's a violation of my 1st Amendment rights!"
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What a nation looks like with a free press and access to information / What a nation looks like with no free press and no access to correct information.