Prob'ly shoulda said somethin' this mornin'. (That's closer to how I really talk. You could take out the 'th's too, actually, but I didn't 'cause I figured the words needed to be somewhat recognizable.)
I did some thinking about the First Amendment today. It pretty much says that you can think anything you want about anything and say whatever you want by any means you want and the government can't stop you. The Federal government, anyway. The Constitution wasn't supposed to stop the states from stopping you, though most, if not all, of the states have adopted the Bill of Rights in their own constitutions. At the least, it's a good moral principle and a good moral example of how speech and expression should be handled.
Some of us have difficulty understanding where the line is between expressing views on political or conscientious matter and the incitement of mayhem. Not a big problem for those of us who hold The Non-Aggression Principle as the basic social standard and try to apply it to all of our actions, but most people have never heard of it.
So, anyway... Hey, if the government is quartering any troops in your home at your expense, tell 'em to knock it off.
And, in regard to Free Speech, think about this: http://www.datacell.com/news.php.