WSJ gets snippy about Ted Kennedy & Mao ILL st


mdoneil writes "The OpinionJournal piece notes that Kennedy called the the prevaricating student requested "The official Chinese translation of the Communist Manifesto". That is so wrong in so many ways.
The article gets better when the author quotes Heinlein

These people could "prove" their opinions by quoting any number of Americans and American newspapers and magazines. That they were able to quote such American sources proved just the opposite, namely that we do continue to enjoy free speech even to express arrant nonsense and unpopular opinion, escaped them completely.

I thought it was brilliant and hilarious."

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