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No Tolerance for Chick-fil-A -- Tea Party Critic Morgan Freeman Gets a Pass

afacteau Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 8:16 AM
Just so everybody knows...I tried to post a responce to someone a sec. ago, the the machine said I could not post it, because of the language. There was no bad language in my post, not one word, nor was there anything racist at all about what I said, or hateful. Was agreeing with someone, and made the comment that maybe the mayors of chichago shouls be sued for theur unconstitutional handling of chick-fil-a, lets use the same system (rightfully) to deal with their wrong. I was worded a bit different, but no where near bad language or nasty. Sent an e-mail to the powers that be on the issue, but am really dissapointed. Thought these folks were all about freedom of speech. Lets see if this goes through.
skywalker58 Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 9:13 AM
The filters don't like dollar signs and there are some pretty tame words that trigger the sensors. I have had times where I could not figure out what was being blocked. I took off one sentence at a time trying to figure out the offending word or phrase.
Chris from Kalifornia Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 8:22 AM
You can sometimes get around their censors by using a different letter that looks like the letter you want or put spaces between the letters. Works for me.

Chick-fil-A President and COO Dan Cathy faces a consumer protest for expressing his opposition to same-sex marriage. Fair enough. Offended, the Democratic mayors of Boston, Chicago and San Francisco threatened to prevent the Georgia-based fast-food company from operating in their cities!

Whether for or against same-sex marriage, what part of the First Amendment do these radical mayors not understand? The First Amendment is about preventing government from infringing on political speech. This is a clear-cut case of suppression and punishment of Cathy's right of free speech.

In an interview picked up by the Baptist Press, Cathy told the...