Be Careful What Your Bumper Sticker Says –

“Plaintiffs simply have not identified any First Amendment doctrine that prohibits the government from excluding them from an official speech on private property on the basis of their viewpoint,” Judge Paul J. Kelly wrote for the majority Wednesday.

via Be Careful What Your Bumper Sticker Says | Threat Level | Ridiculous, the ability for the government to silence or dismiss voices that they or parts of the government wish to not hear is not a valid reason to eject someone from a Presidential speech. The property holder surely has a reasonable case here of being able to eject people from their property they disagree with, but not the government.






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