Freedom Of Speech Without Censorship

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Argument Essay Freedom Of Speech Without Censorship. We the people shall have right to say or do what we want too. Now that doesn 't mean bad, mean, and disrespectful words or do bad things. I feel that we should have censorship because a lot of people don’t like being told what to do. I think that people can use the Freedom of speech without being rude or mean or disrespectful. The Constitution gives us the right to have Freedom of Speech, but it does not give us the right to abuse it. The First Amendment guarantees freedoms concerning religion, expression, assembly, and the right to petition. It forbids Congress from both promoting one religion over others and also restricting an individual’s…show more content…
Sometimes, when you are at a sporting event, you will hear people saying bad things against the other team. You will also hear people saying bad things against the referees too. I think that freedom of speech does not give you the right to say that. It is being rude and disrespectful. People should think about how embarrassing this is for people around them. Freedom of Speech does not mean that you can be mean, bad or disrespectful to others. Most people do not like it when someone in the crowd is yelling bad things. You should think before you say it. You can use one of the seven habits, such as number four, think win win, so that everyone is ok with what is said. Habit number five says to seek first to understand, then be understood, so there is a way to say things without being hurtful. Freedom of Speech does not mean that you can be mean, bad, or disrespectful to others. If you are working on a project with a partner, you want to make sure that you both agree with what is being said, before you do it. You can both have strong opinions. You just need to figure out which or how you are going to do it. Another way to agree to disagree is to
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