This may better explain what you are trying to say:AntiM wrote:You know, no one has to call anyone anything. Freedom of speech also involves discretion. Yes, even under our beloved Constitution, there is what is called "protected speech." Like not yelling fire in a theater kinda deal.
The First Amendmentâ€™s guarantee of the right of free expression is a fundamental element of our democratic system of government. However, that right of free expression is not absolute. Some kinds of speech, such as obscenity, defamation, and fighting words, are not protected by the First Amendment. In addition, to further significant governmental interests, the government may regulate the time, place, and manner of the exercise of protected speech rights.
An example of a â€œtimeâ€