OK...not that I claim to be a cq-contest-lawyer or anything, but just to
clarify - Kelly - U.S. Constitution and its Amendments are with respect
to the Government controlling its citizens - i.e. the Government can't
prevent you from voicing your opinion or expressing yourself
(disclaimer: except for shouting "FIRE!" in a theater, giving away State
Secrets, blah blah blah).
You can I could enter into a contract where you agreed to not say
anything bad about me (no matter how true), and that's perfectly okay.
I'm not a lawyer, cq-contest or otherwise, and I don't play one on TV,
but I sometimes do like to argue about "How many angels can dance on the
head of a pin", and other items of similar importance. :-)
> Dave is exercising his right, as protected by your First Amendment, to
> his opinion. You equally have that right. But nothing here is a valid
> argument against Dave's concerns.
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