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    Offended is not an answer, except that it almost always is

    Offended is not an answer, except that it almost always is

    Ann Coulter makes that point about DiFi’s response to Ted Cruz, which we featured yesterday.

    I agree in theory, because Offended should not be an acceptable answer.

    But, Offended is accepted as an answer virtually everywhere, particularly on campuses, unless the person offended is a religious Christian, in which case Offended is both the goal of the question and one of the few instances in which Offended is not an acceptable answer.

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    Estragon | March 15, 2013 at 2:01 pm

    Cruz should have rephrased the question after DiFi’s ridiculous response.

    “So is it then your position that if we allow 3000 acceptable things to say, that we could prohibit everything else under the 1st Amendment on the grounds that ‘no one needs to say more’ than the allowed phrases?”


     
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    Ragspierre | March 15, 2013 at 3:09 pm

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNUhWoIdFb4&feature=player_embedded

    People need to watch that. Cruz KNOWS Heller. Cruz was one of the people who won Heller. DiFi, you’re no Heller (true on several levels…HEH!)


     
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    janitor | March 15, 2013 at 3:47 pm

    Coulter is now 10% redeemed from my slist for aiding and abetting the 2012 election mess.

    […] » Offended is not an answer, except that it almost always is – Le·gal In·s… […]


     
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    IrateNate | March 15, 2013 at 4:35 pm

    Trust me, Ms. Feinstein, nobody would ever mistake you for a sixth-grader.

    However, if I had to make a guess, the number twelve does come to mind – it does appear you died twelve years ago.


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