From Town Criers to Bloggers: How Will Journalism Survive the Internet Age?
You need to mind your own business and leave the First Amendment of the Constitution alone - period. Unless someone is slandering someone, they should be able to speak freely, speak their mind and have their own opinion and be free to express it. Just because someone or a party or organization, etc., does not like what the opposing side is saying doesn't mean they should be censored. Get over it. Follow the Constitution and mind your own business.