This, however, I still believe that a corporation should not be able to fire you for disagreeing with your free speech made when you're not "on the clock". Also certain arrangements should be made for public "personalities" and other types who may frequently on the clock as "themselves", such as an actor doing an interview after a movie. If you want someone to go sell your product by being themselves (basically just showing up), but that comes with stipulations, the stipulations should be made. This really isn't different than saying you shouldn't fire someone for violating an HR policy that isn't in the handbook.
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