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todays WSJ (9-24) chimes in on that issue

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Submitted by fred debros (United States), Sep 24, 2012 at 08:59

read Crovitz's making fun of free speech. intolerance is a tool worth trying to keep the crazies at bay. apparently it has followers in the muslim camp; no surprise but its a matter of degree. sooner than later a limit is reached. pushing and exploring that limit is the name of the game, reaching critical mass without going boom.

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