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I had a horrible experience which is cited in a book I wrote. For further information go to my website above. I won in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. Was out of school for 3 years, followed, tormented, a major conspiracy against me formulated by the superintendent, principal, teachers, minister, school boards. JUSTICE PREVAILED.
The first amendment states freedom of speech, and as another commenter to this poll stated "its not a carte blanche endorsement of 'any words at any time'" I do not believe it gives people the right to say any words at any time either. But an opinion is an opinion and if its not being forced on anyone then they have 100% right to do so. If it is a forced opinion then that's a different story, like teacher telling kids to believe what they believe forcefully. But if they're simply stating something like "I'm going to vote for McCain" or "I'm going to vote for Obama" without telling them forcefully that they should (even though kids can't vote but you get the picture right?), then they should be able to say it, no consequences, no questions asked.