It seems as though Justice Breyer has suggested that the Koran burning may not be protected by the first amendment..
What do you say?
Answer by jesse123456 at 8:48 PM on Sep. 16, 2010
Answer by itsmesteph11 at 9:58 AM on Sep. 16, 2010
Answer by yourspecialkid at 10:24 AM on Sep. 16, 2010
In the case of that pastor, it would have been. Doing something when you know there is a chance of negative consequence for others is socially irresponsible, and thus comparable.
So, what will it take for burning the bible to be unconstitutional? A bunch of radical christans to wage war on American troop/law enforcement to make burning the bible a negative consequence? Slippery Slope that encourages radicals to create fear/violence in order to get their way....
Answer by grlygrlz2 at 10:53 AM on Sep. 16, 2010
Answer by dullscissors at 10:29 AM on Sep. 16, 2010
Answer by grlygrlz2 at 9:40 AM on Sep. 16, 2010
Answer by Farmlady09 at 11:19 AM on Sep. 16, 2010
Answer by lovinangels at 11:29 AM on Sep. 16, 2010
Answer by Farmlady09 at 11:30 AM on Sep. 16, 2010
Seriously? I think that's crap. I don't support the choice to burn anybodies holy scriptures (or any piece of literature for that matter), but what the heck does 'globalization' have to do with anything? So does he think that because not everyone globally thinks like our founding fathers that we should just throw out the constitution?
I guess I really should click on the link. If my opinion of his statement changes I will be back to clarify my thoughts.
Answer by QuinnMae at 9:22 AM on Sep. 16, 2010