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Plus 4.

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Do not times infinity.

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hahahaha, do too!!

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Do not. Take it back or I will block you. And call you names.

(It is nice to see you, Shelly.)

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Lord have mercy, you guys argue over everything lol.

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Sorry about the hijack; Melly made me do it.

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OK cool. Learned something new today.

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The 14th made those limitations, originally only on Congress, apply to the states as well, with this language:

"No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law"

Read Cantwell v Connecticut for the logic behind incorporation of free speech rights into the 14th. 

My point to Melvin is that nothing extends them further than that. 

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I've already explained this to Boinkster. He doesn't seem to get it.

How does the 14th amendment relate to it??

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Boinkman, Carrie is correct. The First Amendment prohibits only Congress from infringing on freedom of speech. The 14th Amendment came along and extended that prohibition to states. But it's never been extended so far as to prevent private parties from limiting your speech. 

You have no right to go on someone else's lawn, or place of business, or website, and say anything you want against their wishes. 

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