‘JUNK MAIL’: Liberal agenda on display

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The front page, in your face, so-called junk mail article and the following opinion piece article a day later are another frightening and obvious reminder of ongoing attacks on freedom of speech by the Hagadone left-wing Press. Liberals are constantly preaching to us that if you’re offended by material with overtly sexual content, to just not look at it as it is protected by the First Amendment.

While not overtly identifying the mailer of the so-called junk mail as was another Post Falls citizen not too long ago for displaying a Confederate flag on his truck and blackening his name, the facts are that whether you disagree or agree with the content of the material, the freedom to express it as written in the First Amendment of the Constitution is solid. The Hagadones’ hypocrisy and posting the First Amendment on the opinion page is laughable now. Perhaps they (Hagadone’s Press) fear by these mailed flyers that we are not thinking as we should and therefore try to intimidate and scare us into thinking like them and voting for those that think like them.

If the tables were turned and a flyer was distributed depicting right-thinking Christians, Republicans or conservatives, in disparaging terms, the distributors would be championed as upholding democracy and the appeal to freedom of speech for such distributors would be protected. The Human Rights Force championed by Christie Wood and Tony Stewart is anything but. Where is the human rights of the unborn child in their big scheme? Before you accuse me of being a white supremacist and scare people into hating me, take a look at my name and then think again.

ESEQUIEL VASQUEZ

Post Falls

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