they have the right to an informed opinion
That's tagline material, partner. Well assessed.
posted on 06/28/2006 4:59:40 AM PDT
(Amnesty for speeders! Driving the speed Americans won't go.)
I've heard or read that sentiment a number of times over the years, in one wording or another. It's always seemed self-explanatory to me, but you'd be amazed--maybe not--how it infuriates many folks of a liberal persuasion. They try to make it seem like it implies some kind of government agency that allows opinions based on blah blah blah.
A normal person can read it and see the meaning is pretty darned obvious: Know what you're talking about when you open your yap.
Folks like the creator of this "movie" seem to think the right to an opinion means the right to have one's fantasies--one's NEED to have an Evil Government Conspiracy that controls life--legitimized.
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