And the proof has been provided. You are now making up excuses.<quoted text>
Do let me know.
Burden of proof is on you, SuperFAG.
But we still wait for you to put up.
This may sound crazy, but degrees are generally named after the school that they are issued in.<quoted text>Yet... no degree in "politics".
Single Honours students in Politics will obtain a degree called Politics.
Joint Honours students in Politics and IR/any other subject will obtain a degree called Politics and IR/other subject.
What are you demanding now? That I get the Politics and IR department to personally send you a message confirming that they issue degrees?
Nice try to pretend that I am still stating this -after- you finally start citing sources such as the university lists.<quoted text>
But we still wait for you to put up, SuperFAG: you say I NEVER cite sources, I say I prove you wrong, and you fold up your tent.
Put up or shut up, SuperFAG.
You have -still- not provided the citation for your Macmillan source.
Students kind of have to study courses in order to obtain their degrees.<quoted text> Comparative Political Parties and Elections
A:) "Comparative Political Parties and Elections" is a course- not a degree.
B) Still waiting... put up or shut up.
The degree is called Politics (and IR/other subject if joint). Courses have their own names.
Do you need crayons and paper?
Nope, you simply copy-pasted and left it at that. You are trying to ignore the obvious problems that free speech brings and how the Human Rights legislation tries to balance licence with limits.<quoted text>I've already provided the key phrase (putting aside that side deals you have with the European Union do not make for UK rights).
Really? Then email the presidential office with the most extreme vitriol you can think of then picket the funeral of a soldier. See how your freedom of speech helps you there.<quoted text>Has no bearing whatsoever on what I said.
Free speech would be something we are guaranteed here in the USA.
And a right you lack in the monarchy of the UK.
You can prove me wrong by defining democracy.<quoted text>
Except you, it seems.
Even after I have proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are wrong, and that you lie, and no matter how many times I insist you back up something you claim for me to have said... you post what you assure everyone is what I meant to say.
Still waiting for you to put up.
Buck buck buck...buck-allllllllllllllll!
Oh wait - you don't - and we know why.
Except that it explains why hate speech is such a problematic issue when it comes to freedom of speech debate.<quoted text>
Absolutely don't care, has nothing whatsoever to do with the point, you must be lonely.
But then, we know how you act: freedom of speech, the umbrella term, and everything within it (including hate speech) are the same.
Yes it does. Because of the Patriot Act Westboro can only picket to a particular radius of the funeral. In other words, far away from the mourners.<quoted text>
If they try exercising their freedom of speech within the radius, they get arrested. Fact.