Should the United States subordinate its own citizens' freedom of speech to the potentially subjective and violent responses of other people around the world?

I'll go with no on that.  You know, for the normal reasons: slippery slope, subjectivity of a given listener / reader / viewer, and overreaction.  And there's the whole settling in the colonies, fighting the Revolutionary War, and adopting the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights thing.  Having freedoms like that, plus some economic ones, were the point of that whole exercise.

What do you think?

Via +Jeff Jarvis - since I saw it on Twitter, it's really via @jeffjarvis.
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