GAT_00: For people who celebrate your right to say whatever you want, Republicans seem quite intent on making sure Piers Morgan is denied any ability to speak to the American people.
OtherLittleGuy: But I thought the First Amendment doesn't protect you from consequences.Didn't he do all this on his company's time?
edmo: Laws are derived from the Constitution and they apply to all within the country , citizen or not. Why do people believe the rights within do not also apply? Of course they do.
Smelly Pirate Hooker: So this deportation thing is real, not a joke?
1000 Ways to Dye: The cited court case refers to some being denied entry on a temporary non-immigrant visa
Although at this point, I'd be more comfortable keeping Piers here in America but deporting Alex Jones to Zimbabwe.
nigeman: I think we can all agree that not letting someone into a country for their views is different to punishing someone inside the country for holding specific views.2 wholly different situations
ITGreen: I love listening to British people weigh in on our Constitution. I wonder how he feels about the Declaration of Independence?
duffblue: When we get rid of the 2nd amendment we can work on repealing those pesky 1st and 4th ones.
Smelly Pirate Hooker: So this deportation thing is real, not a joke?Republicans are stupider than I thought.
Mean Daddy: Amazing how many First Amendment advocates are out there, but few Second Amendment ones. Have you ever thought who would ensure the First Amendment rights if there were no guns? Oh that's right Harry Belafonte. It's only for hunting, not to protect us from an overly intrusive gubmint.
Weaver95: And yet, I don't think he's getting deported any time soon.
Mean Daddy: Amazing how many First Amendment advocates are out there, but few Second Amendment ones
SpeedyBB: Weaver95: And yet, I don't think he's getting deported any time soon.Shot to death perhaps, however.
ITGreen: I love listening to British people weigh in on our Constitution.
DemonEater: Also, if Piers Morgan has a green card, which he probably does if he's working in the US, that ruling doesn't affect him. He has as much legal right to live in the United States as a citizen, the only difference being that that can be taken away in the event that he commits certain types of crime or leaves the country for a long period of time.
BSABSVR: SpeedyBB: Weaver95: And yet, I don't think he's getting deported any time soon.Shot to death perhaps, however.Do it or shut up, tough guy.
Indubitably: BSABSVR: SpeedyBB: Weaver95: And yet, I don't think he's getting deported any time soon.Shot to death perhaps, however.Do it or shut up, tough guy.Seriously? From you? Sir.*looks askance**)
DemonEater: /side note: I learned something I didn't know looking that up. Must notify USCIS of change of address within 10 days of moving. That... could be kind of useful to know for me. Yikes.
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