Anarchy is to Free Speech what a Bicycle is to a Fish

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

If you’ve gotten this far into this post, you probably possess rudimentary reading skills.

So please indulge me:

Please point out, in the preceding paragraph, any possible inference as to the efficacy of the destruction of private property–let alone executed by a movement that advocates the destruction of said property as its explicit goal.

Tie that in for me, how that works into Petitioning.

It’s a rhetorical question.


One Response to Anarchy is to Free Speech what a Bicycle is to a Fish

  1. songwroter says:

    Exchange on Twitter with an anarchist:

    Me: Anarchy is to Free Speech what a Bicycle is to a Fish

    Anarchist: go on national television and say ‘fuck’ and see how much longer youre aired to the public.

    Me: An anarchist who thinks television matters? You may have to unpack that for me. Care to respond to the blogged question?

    Anarchist: Television is not the enemy, its the broadcaster. And I’m not sure i understand the blogged question, care to reword?

    Me: Exactly.

    Anarchist: I’m guessing you dont actually want an answer to the question, being that you didnt reword it

    Me: Not by an anarchist, not really. I know what Left and anarchists have to say on topic. Been there, etc. Thanks for playing tho!

    Twitter RAWKS!

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