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  • Jonathon says:

    January 9, 2015 at 11:57 AM

    You say that they (liberals; Jay Carney specifically) “think” they’re repeating the old adage “I do not agree with what you say, but I will defend your right to say it,” but then (unless I missed it) never actually point out how this thought is errant. Listening to Carney’s comments myself, I would actually agree with him—it’s perfectly reasonable to defend your right to do or say something without condoning the practice thereof. Example: I agree that people should not be restricted in the enterprise they pursue professionally, but I would question the wisdom of someone who wants to make a living going door-to-door selling worn, used gym shoes.

    The only difference in this case is that the people selling the worn shoes (or, more literally, the satirical newspaper) dared sell a “shoe” that an extremely radical, violent sect of a popular, widespread religion found offensive. Personally, I vehemently support freedom of speech in all its forms whether or not I agree with the message—even if I find the message offensive. Pragmatically speaking, how else can you claim to support it? The logic doesn’t work if the line is drawn as “You can say anything you want—except X because I find that offensive.”

    There’s a very deep divide, however, between saying “You CAN’T say X because I find that offensive” and saying “It may not be wise to say X because someone finds it offensive—and they have a rather nasty habit of showing up with automatic weapons to illustrate their grievances.”

    Was Charlie within its rights to publish those cartoons? Without doubt—well within them! Is it always wise to do something just because it’s within your right to do so? Of course not.

  • Mike says:

    January 9, 2015 at 6:30 PM

    The larger point is this:

    Wise and unwise aside. Whose to say. The cartoonists are heroes for challenging the few cave men and women masquerading as holy men avenging their very weak god. It was so important to them they were willing to die to unmask this façade for what it is.
    The extremist worship a very small helpless god that needs mentally unstable cowardly sub humans to kill innocent people. I assume there is no uproar from moderate Muslims since their view is these extremist worship a different god and not the one in their holy book.
    The problem lies with the cowardly liberal media and how they report and cower to the cavemen.
    You are not offending Islam if you speak up and denounce the mutated slime that crawled out of the primordial soup since they do not represent Islam rather their twisted view of it.
    Hail the heroes. Kill the unreachable dung. Their virgins are waiting. I’m sure they can’t wait.

  • JAMES BURGE says:

    January 10, 2015 at 11:02 AM


  • Jan says:

    January 10, 2015 at 11:54 AM

    The debate link with D’Souza and Jacoby on “Is Christianity Good for America” fascinating, reasoned and respectful …. Exactly what is so needed in today’s public and private discourse. I could not turn it off. Thanks.

  • Dorothea says:

    January 10, 2015 at 12:54 PM

    The problem with Carney’s comment IMO is the Double Standard that the Administration always use to say something that may be provocative or insulting to the Muslims HOWEVER, when vicious attacks to Christianity is on display, (The Cross of Christ sumerged in IRUNE Specimen) Christians don’t go out to kill people, and the WH doesn’t make any comments similar to the one Carney did…

    • Alice Raines says:

      January 16, 2015 at 6:30 PM

      I agree with the comments above but was particularly in agreement with Dorothea. There is such an outrageous Double Standard. . In the midst of the heavy reporting re the murders of the “Charlie Hebdo editors and the huge outcry of protest it struck me that Christians “don’t go out and murder peoplein instances like the supposed artist’s the “Cross of Christ Submerged in in Urine”!!!