thomas2304 Wrote:
Jun 18, 2012 1:38 PM
The Supreme Court is buffaloed by the liberal elites into thinking the right to freedom of speech includes the right to an audience. It does NOT. The First Amendment grants anyone the right to say anything to a voluntary audience. But the First Amendment does NOT give you the right to force anyone to listen to (or see) you. Suppose a stranger says, "Come over here; I want to tell you something.".Are you obliged to go?