Comment: Free Speech

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Free Speech

I can't support attacking his right to free speech, or the right of his employer to give him the platform without government mandates.

Speech, besides being a right, it helps us to get the message out. He does so poorly defending his position that schools should be kept defenseless (what parent of a school child wouldn't wish their teacher armed in a similar situation?), that it can only help us gain support for the 2nd Amendment.

Even if he did a better job, the thing to do would be to turn him off.

We'll know we're winning when we get him to change his mind on the issue, and that should be a goal. Tossing him out of the country only further alienates those who agree with him and can't be called a win, at all.

What do you think?