Depends on your definition of "harassed". If we're both out in public and I call you a greedy kike whose people are responsible for all wars (I don't think this, but suspend disbelief for a moment to make a point), you may call that harassment but you don't have a right to not be exposed to it. That's the definition of "public". It's the opposite of "private". Now if I was to come into your house and say that, it would be harassment and you would have a right to not be subjected to it.Originally Posted by Thunder
Yes you do. And others have the right to purport bigotry and hatred. Does that make them right? No. The problem is that too few people fail to realize that the freedom of speech doesn't just protect speech you agree with.and I have the right to condemn, call-out, and expose religion-motivated bigotry & hatred.