Chuck Schumer First Amendment is not absolute

Chuck Schumer First Amendment is not absolute

July 18, 2012

Chuck Schumer should step down. He does not represent what the United States is about and does not believe in the constitution.

SEN. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) Traitor on the DISCLOSE Act: “I believe there ought to be limits because the First Amendment is not absolute. No amendment is absolute. You can’t scream ‘fire’ falsely in a crowded theater. We have libel laws. We have anti-pornography laws. All of those are limits on the First Amendment. Well, what could be more important than the wellspring of our democracy? And certain limits on First Amendment rights that if left unfettered, destroy the equality — any semblance of equality in our democracy — of course would be allowed by the Constitution.”

“And the new theorists on the Supreme Court who don’t believe that, I am not sure where their motivation comes from, but they are just so wrong. They are just so wrong.”
Chuck Schumer shmuck the United States is a Republic not a Democracy. Our founding fathers were against a democracy because a tyrant dictator can take over. Liberals will call the United States a democracy because that is what they are turning the United States into. A republic protects all peoples rights a democracy doesn’t.


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