An observation of mine — those who would argue that painting a mural of the governor dressed in white KKK robes is protected free speech consist mostly of the same type of people who protested the use of the Skowhegan Indians or consider flying a Confederate flag to be racist and that those shouldn’t be tolerated.

To truly have free speech, we must accept as a society someone will often be offended.

John Hopkins


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