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Andy, drop the defensive wall and LISTEN to what I’m saying.

Yeah, Chris Rock is paid to play a part in a movie. But he should also have the right to speak his mind. Because of his role, and the war, he has been SILENCED. How is that freedom?

And you still don't have the foggiest about the journalist. THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH ASKING QUESTIONS. Being arrested due to curiosity is BULLSHIT. Should we be forced to live in fear of being arrested when we ask what a weird object in a park is? Or ask why we’re being ID’d? Why should I have to live in fear like that? That I'm guilty until proven innocent? You've stated before you're okay with that, but if the country is going to boast that we're so free, why should we have to live like that? Throw away your freedoms if you want to, but do NOT throw away mine. Or the nation should boast more truthful claims.

By the way... I'm not free to complain at school. Security WILL arrest you. Did I not make that clear the hundreds of times I've talked about it?

I think Weston summed up Rumsfeld pretty well in his comment.

Weston, Matt, what is your stance on all this? I'm interested in what you have to say.

posted by Violet at 7:26 PM



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