Okay… but the Supreme Court disagrees.
On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 7:25 PM, hextic <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It is too late to put this to GA attention, so I will tweet now on the
one condition that we make an effort to pass a resolution that in the
future we completely reject the entire idea of requiring a "permit" to
exercise Constitutionally guaranteed rights. Of what possible,
conceivable use is a freedom of speech and assembly which we must ask
for? Asking for permissions implies legitimacy of a "no" answer. The
entire purpose of this freedom is to give us the ability to
unilaterally assert ourselves when our representatives fail to
represent us. The requirement of a permit is a direct nullification
of what is an unbridgeable right.
> Hello, OWS twitter-squad. Please update your info tweets to note that the
> mass 4:30pm rally tomorrow at City Hall Park has been moved to Foley Square
> so it can be given a marching permit (i.e. essentially no risk of arrest).