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I guess you have no freedom then

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Submitted by john (United States), Feb 1, 2006 at 14:47

Your comments offend me Y.
So according to your logic the freedom you just exercised in voicing your opinion should be suppressed.
The argument is simple if you would like the freedom to dissagree with me then you cannot at the same time argue that i should not be able to disagree with you.
It is the very definition of hypocrisy
And disagreements are going to be by their nature offensive to some
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