Joe Armstrong used his strong arm to censor novelties criticizing the Great Leader last week
Where on earth would Joe Armstrong get the idea that the free exercise of speech is limited to educational material, or that somehow the right to political expression and association does not exist at the University of Tennessee bookstore, or that the removal of a printed product expressing a legitimate political point of view does not also violate the freedom of the press? Oh, we understand now. Armstrong believes that everyone has the right to free speech, free association, and freedom of the press, except when those tools are used in a way critical of the Great Leader, Comrade Obama. This is especially true on a State college campus, which is suppose to be a place for the marketplace of ideas to flourish-except when some of those ideas clash with the Great Leader and the Party faithful.
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