Supreme Soviet Justice: Burning Koran Is Unconstitutional

A member of the Supreme Soviet has issued a formal statement on the constitutionality of burning a Koran.

Anything that might cause someone to become upset and thereby harm someone else must be forbidden.  This means such things as:

-burning Korans

-criticizing government

-bashing the federal reserve system

-calling for less government spending

Are all fair game to be banned as unconstitutional speech according to Supreme Soviet Justice Stephen Breyer.

ABC News reports:

Last week we saw a GMA” that he’s not prepared to conclude that — in the internet age — the First Amendment condones Koran burning.

“Holmes said it doesn’t mean you can shout ‘fire’ in a crowded theater,” Breyer told me. “Well, what is it?  Why?  Because people will be trampled to death.  And what is the crowded theater today?  What is the being trampled to death?”

Even the left-wing communist Stephanopoulos assumed we had a right to burn whatever books we like.  At least he believed that until he was skooled in the correct line of liberal thought by Supreme Soviet Breyer.