Muhlenber college hurts the community
I happen to disagree with these men's stance on the free trade of labor, but what shocked me was when they informed me that they could not speak of the issue against which they were demonstrating, according to some law passed by Congress.
Instead of being free to talk to people passing by and to discuss this important labor issue (which I would very much have liked to), these men are forbidden from publically arguing their opinions.
So they had to type it all up on a sheet of paper to hand to people.
Explicit infringement of the First Amendment to the Consitition? Apparently our Benevolent Rulers don't think so.
Ring up your Congressindividual today and ask him what the hell's going on here. This is not an isolated incident; I've seen several other videos here on YouTube of far worse violations of free speech.
"Cops that lie, need to die!" A police officer that lies to get an arrest or send someone to prison should be shot.
"In the U.S., a cop with a gun can commit the most heinous crime and be given the benefit of the doubt."
"The U.S. Government does not have rights, it has privileges delegated to it by the people."