So, am I against saying something? No, I just don’t think the way we make our statements makes much of a statement.
I share concern over misinformation, but I don’t believe censorship is the answer. I think the answer lies in critical thinking, the competition of ideas, and civility.
Say what you mean.
Mean what you say.
But don’t say it mean.
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