Removing any personal feelings on the issue, it is important here to realize that if that law and the many that proceed it in post World War II Germany and Austria are all supported by the will of their representative governments. So the question is, do we have a right to judge them for prohibiting this kind of speech when we value the democratic process with which the law was enacted?<br><br>From an American standpoint, we probably all agree here that democracy doesn't really exist without free speech, but that may be beside the point. Pretty messy, eh?<br><br>Anyhow, I agree... the right to be an idiot is one of the most important ones we have. Otherwise, no one could possibly work in morning talk radio.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey
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