being responsible for the abuse of that libertyPosted by Scott R on 9/29/03 at 19:30 (131670)
Section 4. Freedom of speech and press. - That no law shall ever be passed to curtail or restrain the liberty of speech or of the press; and any person may speak, write, and publish his sentiments on all subjects, being responsible for the abuse of that liberty.
Re: being responsible for the abuse of that libertyEd Davis, DPM on 9/29/03 at 19:38 (131672)
If all could agree on what constitutes 'abuse' things would be very simple. Opinions on events or circumstances, examinations of issues of any subject could rarely be considered abuses. Personal attacks, slander, insults are all means of abuse.
Re: being responsible for the abuse of that libertyScott R on 9/29/03 at 19:51 (131677)
but there might also be the category of the abuse of a heel pain message board
Re: being responsible for the abuse of that libertyEd Davis, DPM on 9/29/03 at 22:41 (131700)
Not in the Alabama constitution.
Re: being responsible for the abuse of that libertyJoe baxter on 10/02/03 at 15:51 (131968)
Hey Ed stupid Davis! Don,t you have better things to talk about othe then horse belony?
Re: Scott R or Moderatormarie on 10/02/03 at 16:30 (131972)
That comment was unappropriate. I agree enough is enough, but there is no reason for this kind of behavior.
Re: Scott R or ModeratorSuzanne D. on 10/02/03 at 19:59 (132014)
Marie, I think maybe you have to type Scottr with no spaces in between to get Scott's attention. (I may be wrong, but I thought I'd try this to see if it helps him to see your message.)
Re: OK Scottrmarie on 10/03/03 at 14:00 (132076)
Scott see Joe's message above. Thanks
Re: OK Scottrnancy s. on 10/03/03 at 14:09 (132078)
marie, i think it's gone. its title still appears on the index, but when you click on it you draw a blank. it's not there anymore when you 'view thread' either. problem solved.... i think.
Re: OK Scottrmarie on 10/04/03 at 10:36 (132166)