simmonsjoe wrote:His tone may not have been a rant. His words were.This is relevant because the Tea-Party movements are big on liberty and generally 2A friendly.
The voice of Geico was fired after he left an anti-tea-party rant on voice-mail.
It doesn't really seem like that much of a 'rant' as an @#$% voice message.
If you believe in free speech, then
1. The tea-partiers have a right to rally and say what they say at rallies.
2. The voice-over guy had a right to make the (inane) call that he did.
3. His employers had a right to fire him.
Isn't freedom wonderful?