Comment: I'm talking about the purpose of free speech not the framers

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I'm talking about the purpose of free speech not the framers

"The fact that the framers of the Constitution willfully omitted a broad language concerning freedom of speech"

So much is omitted, that the document needs review and amendment. But first Americans have to agree on a few things.

Do you think it is a good idea that we be allowed, even empowered to share information vital to our survival?

Do you think our constitution intended that?

Are you catching on C.R.C.? Arguing on the minutiae of what is written is meaningless once the intention is revealed. WIth this method, the mistakes of the past are understandable and correctable by us, the people.

Do you like that idea?

Can we stop doing all the things we are doing that we do not want to do while still doing what we need to do?