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Old 04-11-2006, 12:02 PM   #29
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well I'm from America so I think I should give my input on this, the fact of the matter is there is no real "free" speach per say, even here in America, there's censorship. and expesially right now, if you say the worng thing about the wrong person (I.E. Bush) you could end up being investigated by the FBI. I mean you can say whatever you want, but there's bound to be repecusions if say something offensive to someone else, but we do have it pretty good most of the time, and censorship just looses more and more control every year, so do I think free spech will survive? sorry to say, but it never really existed in the first place, every country has some level of censorship, it's unavoidable, but that being said, I think for the most part, at least here in the U.S.A. it'l stay about as good as is has been.
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