TST is no better than our own government. And apparently our government has an 18% approval rate because of things like this. Im sure the mods on this website do not like the NSA; or being told what to do by a group of people that do not know your daily lives.
But feel free to be hypocritical and regulate your own sites comments. No rules were broken, and everyone for the vast majority was civil. At this point in time, your no better than China. There are many Rams fans who are not happy with this draft pick for a variety of reasons- the most of which is the circus that has only been building since yesterday.
Homosexuality should not overrule my constitutional right of freedom of speech and religion. And a sports website attempt at being "politically correct" makes me sick to the core.
Have you guys read this?: Player Suspended over negative tweet about Sam Read the comments section. The silent majority is becoming less and less silent. Freedom of Speech being taken away on a national level, and here.
Edit: Interesting story, im taking Business Law for my summer class and ive discovered that freedom of speech technically only applies to the government. So to that end, i would like to apologize for being ignorant in that regard. However, the Bill of Rights also covers discrimination. Which ~technically~ only applies to the government. And yet we the people apply those same laws into private businesses. This is known as "Common Law". I guess my question is "why cant freedom of speech be 'Common Law'" ?