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Neo-Nazis are entitled to the same First Amendment rights under the Constitution as all other American citizens Simply because a group expresses beliefs which are unpopular and generally considered to be wrong does not mean that the group is no longer entitled to free speech When people are given true freedom of speech it should be understood that there are always going to be differences in opinions and that the opinions held by some people will almost invariably be seen as offensive to at least some other people If the government were to try and censor everything that anyone felt was offensive then eventually no one would be able to voice their opinion on anything anymore and the problem with censoring Neo-Nazis and other extreme racist groups is that it opens the door to just this sort of thing Whats more no one is being forced to listen to anything that the Neo-Nazis have to say so the argument that they are causing people irreparable mental anguish is just plain invalid because anyone who doesnt agree with what they have to say can just walk away The people who think that the Neo-Nazis should be censored simply because their ideas are hurtful to other people need to grow up and realize that words are just words Although words can be hurtful at times if someone says something that people find offensive then they can just not listen rather than crying to the government and asking it to hold their hands and protect them from the world Also by trying to take legal action to get Neo-Nazis censored people are inadvertently helping the Neo-Nazi cause because many more people will get exposed to Neo-Nazi ideas through the press that this generates than would be exposed if people decided to let them have their rallies and ignore what they have to say
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