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The Silver Surfer

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
Subj: Re: It is interesting, isn't it?
Posted: Wed Mar 02, 2022 at 03:27:12 pm EST (Viewed 100 times)
Reply Subj: It is interesting, isn't it?
Posted: Thu Feb 03, 2022 at 09:51:03 pm EST (Viewed 147 times)

    He does back-flips to explain why when one side does something it is okay, but when it is the other it is just propaganda or not wanting other ideas to be heard.

    He appears to lack something. I believe it is called...ethics.

    Who was it that recently brought up one political party lacking ethics, and that it was provable in nature?

    Personally, I am against both the Twitter and book banning.

I am more against book banning and think it is the job of the parent to contextualize things if they can. And I am more against parents being able to sue or go at teachers because a topic makes their kid feel bad. There are alot of things in history that should make you feel bad, it is just the way it is. In some cases shame for past actions is a good thing, even if we, our parents, grandparents and so on had nothing specifically to do with it because it was before their time.

As for Twitter, I am ok with them banning people as often times they let alot more than they should fly in the first place. If they see it as someone violating their terms of service than so be it.

If it becomes a public or government good at some point than my opinion would change some but there would still need to be some restrictions despite the first amendment, but just because there is a platform does not mean folks can say or do what they want to do without any push back or punishment. IMO.

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