At 12:00 PM 2/21/01, you wrote:
>Maybe it's just me, but maybe not. Didn't Mr. Heston
>on the one hand condemn the stifling of freedom of
>speech on campus and on the other BRAG about his role
>in stifling Ice-T's freedom of speech?
Let's see, he did that not by force or law or by lying or misrepresenting,
but by publicly reading the lyrics of a group promoted by Warner, then he
let people make their own decision. How is that illogical? I think everyone
has not only a right but a responsibility to take a stand on their values.
So long as they are using legitimate means, as Heston did, you can agree or
disagree but cannot fairly complain of illogic or violation of rights.
Max More, Ph.D.
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President, Extropy Institute. www.extropy.org
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