Subject opinion to coercion: whom will you make your inquisitors? Fallible men, governed by bad passions, by private as well as public reasons. And why subject it to coercion? To produce uniformity? But is uniformity of opinion desirable? No more than of face and stature.

- Thomas Jefferson


If you are only able to tolerate those you agree with you are intolerant. And if, in your intolerance, you need the courage of the crowd to assault those you disagree with, you are a coward.

If you are prone to violence in regards to forcing your political message down the throats of other -- to the surprise of no one, that is the left -- there is no doubt that we can find a fellow human who has a differing view who is willing to battle you one-on-one. No crowd, just you and someone you disagree with who would not dancing with such a delightfully insipid partner.

posted at 21:44:50 on 02/03/17 by clearpolitics - Category: The Cause - [Permalink]

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