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    is NAZI membership Is free speech?

    if someone belongs to nazi organizations so what? is this free speech?

    dont they have a right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    if someone belongs to nazi organizations so what? is this free speech?

    dont they have a right?
    Hate speech is not protected. Learn the law. Not all speech is protected under the 1st Amendment. It just depends on the message or purpose of a particular group. Regardless, even if itís not criminal, conduct can still rise to the level of misfeasance.

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    if someone belongs to nazi organizations so what? is this free speech?

    dont they have a right?
    only if they are gays?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    is NAZI membership Is free speech?

    if someone belongs to nazi organizations so what?

    is this free speech?

    dont they have a right?
    To answer your question, yes, belonging to the Nazi Party, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party are all First Amendment rights. What rights are guaranteed under the First Amendment? Specifically, it means that the government cannot arrest and incarcerate you for being a member of the Nazi party. However, you are not guaranteed employment and your employer may legally fire you for being a member of the Nazi Party.

    First Amendment Recap:
    • You are protected from arrest and incarceration by the government.
    • You are not protected from being terminated by your employer.

    Many people incorrectly associate free speech with employment rights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hate speech is not protected. Learn the law. Not all speech is protected under the 1st Amendment. It just depends on the message or purpose of a particular group. Regardless, even if itís not criminal, conduct can still rise to the level of misfeasance.
    "hate speech?"...lol
    how about faraqueer? oppenly calls for killing white babies, anti jewish...gets invited to the white house
    **** off with your shit double standards

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    Hate speech

    The SCOTUS has consistently ruled that so called hate speech is protected under the first amendment. Research it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    only if they are gays?
    I hate Blacks and I am Black, all my friends are white. So is that hate, racist does that just makes me smart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    The SCOTUS has consistently ruled that so called hate speech is protected under the first amendment. Research it.
    Itís true that quote unquote hate speech is due first amendment protection, the problem is itís rarely just that. It tends to cascade into other things that border incitement and fighting words etc.

    Itís semantics to say hate speech is protected until it rises to the level of words that incite a person to immediate violence as is often the case.

    Walking in a nazi parade and yelling white power is afforded police protection. But inciting people with that same message by disparaging their race or religion is not. The two are considered mutually exclusive but in reality it usually doesnít work that way.

    Look the real question is whether it is appropriate for a law enforcement official to harbor such views. Thatís not a legal question, itís a moral question, and I wonít pretend for a second itís not an embarrassment for such views to come to the publicís attention. It is, plain and simple, an embarrassment.

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    Very well said

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Itís true that quote unquote hate speech is due first amendment protection, the problem is itís rarely just that. It tends to cascade into other things that border incitement and fighting words etc.

    Itís semantics to say hate speech is protected until it rises to the level of words that incite a person to immediate violence as is often the case.

    Walking in a nazi parade and yelling white power is afforded police protection. But inciting people with that same message by disparaging their race or religion is not. The two are considered mutually exclusive but in reality it usually doesnít work that way.

    Look the real question is whether it is appropriate for a law enforcement official to harbor such views. Thatís not a legal question, itís a moral question, and I wonít pretend for a second itís not an embarrassment for such views to come to the publicís attention. It is, plain and simple, an embarrassment.
    Very well said and true. Therefore it would be equally wrong for a law enforcement official to harbor the view of a sharia parade changing death to America and Jews. They are as you stated ,inciting people with that message. Embarrassed yes.

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    Very well said and true. Therefore it would be equally wrong for a law enforcement official to harbor the view of a sharia parade changing death to America and Jews. They are as you stated ,inciting people with that message. Embarrassed yes.
    is this W from Cooper City..haha..

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