Okay, I misread your post but I would still disagree.
Look at this scenario: As a public employee I have 5 people working under me. One of the 5 is telling the other 4 different ways someone could avoid work and cheat the system. Mind you, he is not telling them to do this, just telling them how it could be done. Under such a new amendment, if he were fired, I could be charged for violating his right to free speech.
Absolutes (usually) make bad law.
posted on 04/24/2011 3:05:39 PM PDT
(Small minds talk about people, normal minds talk about events, great minds talk about ideas.)
If he were a public employee, by definition he would be a slacker who is only looking out for his fellow slackers. You would be interfering with his right to promote slacking and therefore be guilty of a hate crime,
Shame on you!!!
posted on 04/25/2011 6:13:33 AM PDT
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