Originally Posted by HarryT
So what is the story here, Kate? That he holds personal opinions that we disagree with? That's worth talking about? Sorry, but I disagree.
You disagree with what?
You seem to be saying that Mr. Card has the right to say whatever he wants, but we don't have the right to express disagreement with those views.
Or that expressing disagreement with those views is somehow trampling on Mr. Card's freedom of speech.
Neither of which is true - if Mr. Card has freedom of speech, so do we.
If you're saying that YOU don't think it's worth discussing, fine. Don't discuss it.