So much more eloquently put than I could. This is the rationale behind why I stick with that old saw – “I may not agree with what you say, but I’ll defend too the death your right to say it”
Some of you might be wondering why I get so worked up over relatively unpopular or strange cases and why I invariably take the position of defending incredibly flawed individuals.
I was thinking about it myself yesterday.
I can’t remember, and I’m too lazy to look it up, whether I defended the guy who made the movie “The Innocence of Muslims” — I can’t remember his name now — you know the guy that our entire government decided, apropos nothing to blame for the Benghazi attacks, arrest, drag to jail.
I might not have written about him, since that was kind of close to when I came out of the political closet, so it might have been in the “in the closet time.”
However, I remember being horrified and anguished over his arrest, even in the middle of the horrors perpetrated on our people in Benghazi, with our government’s supine…
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