Real tolerance?

Via Tongue Tied:
Keep intolerance out of public places

"[Christian] rallies on public campuses are un-American and run counter to the spirit of tolerance that our nation's founders and generations of public school teachers and political leaders have led us to believe is our right." -- Akiva Kenny Segan, guest columnist for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. (full column here)

For the umpteenth time, so-called champions of free speech demonstrate they are not, in fact, supporters of "free speech," but only "speech that doesn't offend them."

Mr. Segan's column rails against the University of Washington for allowing a Christian pastor -- whom Segan deems a "religious supremacist" -- to hold a rally on its public campus.

Too bad that pesky First Amendment keeps getting in the way of Segan's vision of "real freedom of belief."