So to No. 1 who would that be exactly the law making body?<quoted text>
On the internet, the First Amendment is 101% likely to be invoked completely effing wrongly by someone that hasn't taken the time to actually read the motherforklift. Anywhere that there is stupid effing attention queens that have no idea what they are talking about, there will undoubtedly be a call to the First Amendment for protection.
Like all other freedoms, free speech ceases to exist once you are on the internet. Unlike real life, every single website on the internet has an owner who wields total power over everything passing through said site. The internet could thus be considered a collection of despotic nation-states, each ruled by its own tyrant. Knowing this, it is clear that freedoms as we know them do not exist on the internet, and yet most people believe just the opposite.
If you are getting ready to invoke the First Amendment to stand up to your brutal oppression by that fa&&ot moderator at whatever website he banned you from, or from a thirteen-year-old kid who won't shut the phuqe up and keeps blabbering some stupid bullshit that no one cares about, ask yourself:
one. Is my oppressor the United States law-making body?
2. Is my oppressor trying to form a law?
III. Is my oppressor a United States law-making body trying to form a law?
d. Is my understanding of the First Amendment solid?
If the answer to any of these questions is no, then you should probably shut the phuqe up and follow the rules you agreed to when you joined. Nowhere in the Bill of Rights or United States Constitution are your e-feelings protected. In fact, the idea that they would be is utterly laughable when you consider the Americunt way of life (Only in America would someone sue a fast-food chain for being fat).
I hope that answered your question. If not...ask Ralff. She's a know it all.
The Government had sorta been taking hostage don't you think?
I do, it seems they led it it be run by something else completely which I think there's something mentioned inside of the Constitution about that?...