Re: Saying we should bomb $MiddleEasternCountry in retaliatiopn
We're discussing the Charlie Hebdo cover, not western foreign policy. I see your point, but not it's relevance.
The OP was talking about freedom of speech and comparing someone saying "I feel like Charlie Coulibaly" (a reference to the hostage taking nutjob in the pattiserie) to a picture of Mohammed saying that he "is Charlie" and all is forgiven. I can see how one of those is considered lawful and one isn't.
Bombing the middle east in retaliation would be mental, but isn't really relevant to the question of whether free speech should be unlimited or not.
Are you saying you think people should be free to say anything, including threatening other people, under free speech laws?