by Greg Perry
You’ve heard the following insidious “free speech” phrase, right?
I disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.
You always thought it was good, right?
Yet another example of why you need me to
If you say something stupid or immoral, such as you defend child killing, sexual perversion, or bad coffee, I will disagree with you and I will never ever defend your right to say it.
Foxnews is wrong (of course, most liberals news outlets are) when it proudly proclaims itself as “Fair and Balanced.”
Fair and balanced is a wicked notion. What would God say about Satan needing equal time when God speaks?
Wickedness should never be given a platform to promote its ideas.
Defend abortion mills and I will do what I can to show where you’re wrong, and if I can’t, to shut down your right to speak freely about them.
A Better Soundbite
Instead of buying into everything you hear, such as the “defend to the death your right to say it,” perhaps you should consider a far better phrase when somebody says something evil:
I don’t agree with what you say, and I will defend to the death the abuse and vitriol you receive for saying it.” ~ Godfrey Elfwick