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June 20, 2011

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Ken in Kent

Alito's opinion was that the intentional infliction of emotional distress on a family at the funeral of their loved one is not First Amendment protected speech. What should be of more concern is that four so called liberal justices believe government should be allowed silence criticism of politicians during an election campaign. Which is more in accord with what the founders wanted protected?

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