Day By Day© by Chris Muir.

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

When disagreement equals censorship

In an article that is worth reading in its entirety, about the differences between liberals and conservatives, Burt Prelutsky makes the following excellent point:

Liberals have become so accustomed to having only their own points of view disseminated by the mass media that they now believe that any opinion in conflict with their own is an infringement on their right to free speech. So not only do they feel entitled to spout off ad nauseam, but honest disagreement is regarded as censorship!
What he said!