Never Forget - Who you vote for counts. If you don't want a President who sees you as irredeemable and deplorable, the choice is clear.
i believe it may have had more to do with your special pleading. have you improved your argument? i don't mind if you repost, even any updated version of your propaganda and rhetoric.
So to answer your post, no, there is no one but yourself that is confused here.
The founders and the constitution did not CREATE Freedom of Speech. To suggest they did would mean that if this country was disolved and anarchy ruled that a person could not say whatever they wish...which is patentedly untrue.
Rather, the 1st amendment establishes a limit to how much the government can infringe upon said right by stating the Government can create no law prohibiting the free exercise of it.
Whether you want to believe a "Natural" right is one granted by "God" or is simply a symptom of existing within nature is entirely your choice...but rights as you're speaking in this case are not created by man, but are naturally innate to man.
It is through a social contract that we LIMIT our rights in exchange for societal benefits or through which we create societal rights/privledges related to that social contract.
But one does not need a society or a social contract to speak, to believe, to defend themselves, to live....those are innately the ability of man in nature. They are natural rights.
"I am appalled that somebody who is the nominee...would take that kind of position"
"A court took away a presidency"
"...the brother of a man running for president was the governor of the state..."
It's horrifying because Trump is blunt instead of making overt implications.
I believe our unemployment infrastructure should be less taxatious through general forms of taxation, than through our current regime of micromanagement via more expensive public sector intervention in private sector markets.