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Following this train of thought, let's deport Kissinger!

That man has done a lot to subvert this country into the hands of the foreign banking combine. And while we're at it, let's dig up all the Operation Paperclip scientists brought over here and drop them back to the Fatherland. What other foreigners have come over to here to trash our Constitution? Breszenski! Ship him back to Poland for setting up Al Qaeda and advocating world government.

If I put my thinking cap on, I bet I could have more "whisking away to the cornfield" fanatasies.

This is precisely what we should NOT do.

This idea seems pretty foolish. …Petitioning (rendering consent to) an evil government to exercise more authority to do something it should never be able to do is altogether counterproductive.

At any rate Pierce Morgan is merely a useless spoiled man-child. Do the harsh, ignorant words of an fool matter anyway? If he wants to be a robotic emissary/envoy to the enemy, he has the problem.

A true libertarian does not keep information from anybody (even if the information is skewed. People rightly choose for themselves what they will believe.

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Bring him up on charges of TREASON. Seek the death penalty.

This is what we should do.


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You must be joking, yes? The death penalty seems a bit extreme here.


Defending the 1st amendment is particularly hard when the defended is a moron such as Morgan. But he is a private citizen, not a government employee even. He gets the first amendment too.

He has put a cartoon face on the arguments for gun control, for me; all he needs are the daffy duck feet.

Just open the box and see

He's not a citizen

“Your opinion is protected, your presence in the U.S. is not. See Kleindienst v. Mandel (1972),” Taranto replied to Morgan.

Taranto linked to transcripts from a 1972 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the U.S. Attorney General’s refusal to allow a foreign journalist into the United States did not violate the First Amendment. The case resulted from Nixon administration attorney general Richard Kleindienst’s refusal to grant a temporary nonimmigrant visa to Marxist Belgian journalist Ernest Mandel.


Point Taken

Thanks for the info, I did not know that.

Whether right or wrong, we do interpret the constitution through our court decisions. This shows that the situation was encountered before, and what they did then. Precedent is set.

I might still argue against it, but only because I think piers moron isn’t worth the effort, and it seems to be a knee jerk reaction to a fool spouting stale rhetoric.

Just open the box and see

You are pathetic

In that you rely in men in black robes to tell you what the meaning of liberty is. And that you willfully accept that meaning to justify shutting up the opinion of another in the grandier illusion that unfavorable foreign opinion is means for deportation.

Don't take it personally, Troy

I hope you have a Merry Christmas.

Let's deport someone for using the 1st amendment

to rally against the 2nd amendment. (sarcasm)

Alex Jones is a moron. It's disheartening how people blindly obey this man and believe all of crap he says. Piers might say some poisonous things, but at least it is OBVIOUS. Alex Jones mixes his poison with truth, which makes him even more of a dangerous information manipulator than Piers, in my opinion.

I tell everyone I know about Ron Paul. I would NEVER recommend anyone to even pay attention to Alex Jones. The opposite, in fact.

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It's just as bad to use the 2nd amendment violate the 1st amendment as it is to use the 1st amendment to violate the 2nd.

The individual who refuses to defend his rights when called by his Government, deserves to be a slave, and must be punished as an enemy of his country and friend to her foe. - Andrew Jackson