Outside the synagogue. Nice try though. Also, you'll notice your article proves my point, i.e. folks think the venue sucks.
Have you come to your senses yet and realized the kneel at an NFL game has nothing to do with "protected speech?" As LD said earlier CK could have been cut for this with no legal recourse. I think he might have a better grip on this situation then either of us. Private actors are not the government and this is key.
I find it funny that folks are defending the thought that all venues are apropos for all protests. Here's hoping to an entertaining Friday.
Originally Posted by Rumpelstiltskin
How I might personally feel about a protest is irrelevant.
A NAMBLA recruiting drive is not a protest. A better example would be the practices of Westboro Baptist Cul..errr...Church
First statement is a nice side step and completely non-responsive. This whole topic tangent actually is about how we feel concerning the venue, you in particular, as you've made a comment about people that think CK's venue in inappropriate.
I wasn't particularly going with protests but Westboro is a good example. You think funeral processions for fallen soldiers is a good venue for their protests? While they have a right to do it, as unlike CK they are operating in public space and not doing it within the confines of their job, I think the venue is inappropriate and they are horrible people. You feel differently?