I am having post-Christmas heartburn about the ersatz bravado of folks who now boast about First Amendment rights and Sony’s release of The Interview, a movie that depicts the assassination of North Korea’s leader.
Where were these after-the-war brave souls when cartoonists were being murdered as a consequence of depicting Mohammed in Denmark?
Is it because North Korea is perceived as no threat of beheading anyone like Islamic terrorists? Is this a new form of political correctness, or is this false bravado?
Robert E. Pickard, South Miami