No. In fact using the action of a boycott is using your first amendment..
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Media personalities have come to believe that they say anything that they want without consequence. They have the power to smear and degrade anybody who they disagree with for any reason. It could be a person's politics, religion, etc... or could be that they just don't like the way a person looks or acts. Those who are on the bunt end of that have virtually no rebuttle power.
Media personalities clearly know that they can easily get away with making opinions sound as though they are facts...and if they are caught and called on their ploys to do so....they simply scream...YOU IDIOT, you should check out my comments and believe what you want to believe.
Well, the damage is done and media personalities know that.
If I walk up to you and call you a son-of-a-bitch low life and then smile and nonchalantly say: "I was just kidding." That person still got to say what was on his or her mind and let little recourse to call them on it because they "CLAIM" they were kidding.
Radio and TV pundits know how to be dishonest and for the most part get away with it. And they leave plenty of victims laid out in the wreckage of the media person's comments.
Last edited by Removable Mind; 04-30-12 at 01:56 PM.
To answer the question, the First Amendment only refers to actions of the government, not private citizens. So a boycott by private citizens does not harm anyone's First Amendment rights.
Boycotts only work to make people responsible for their speech/actions. You absolutely have the right to free speech.....what you don't have is the right to live free of its repercussions
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