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Subject: And then, Mister Moose, Mister Green Jeans, and the Dancing Bear after a deep discussion with themselves, all thought they could say anything they wanted, because it was free speech.

Sad Mr. Kangaroo
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Date Posted: 16:15:55 11/27/02 Wed
In reply to: Dancing Bear 's message, "Amen! Silence is a bitch." on 06:02:30 11/26/02 Tue

Mister Moose yelled "fire" in a crowded theater. Many people were trampled to death and injured, but Mister Moose insisted it wasn't his fault. Now when he yells fire, no one listens because he got 25 to life.

Dancing Bear went on TV to advertise Famous Brand cigarettes. He died from cancer, but not before hooking millions of kids on cigarettes with his cute dancing bear routine.

Mister Green Jeans was a spokesman for Ford Motor Company. I say "was", because he died when his Crown Vic was tapped from behind in a fender bender.

And Sad Mr. Kangaroo had only his extensive collection of pr*n and brand name beer to console himself. Then one day, Mr. Kangaroo became president, said many silly things and started World War Three, and everyone died. The End.

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We don't contend that there should be free speech without reservations! But the fact that there should be limits does not preclude humanity from the right to express an opinion! Who will be the gatekeeper of what constitutes valid criticism?Mr. Moose and Company17:03:41 11/27/02 Wed
There's a mountain of difference between a deliberate misstatement of facts and the expression of an unpopular opinion!Mr. Rogers17:25:42 11/27/02 Wed
Controlling freedom of expression helps America!Dubya17:35:16 11/27/02 Wed

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