This is in response to the people who are annoyed because they feel that their constitutional rights as Americans are being infringed upon by companies that refuse to allow them to tweet whatever they want. While you can say anything you want, companies have the right to cut you off as a customer if you use their company in a way that could cause them to lose their license. Then they would lose their ability to remain in business. The executives of that company not only have the right to drop the customer, but also the responsibility to drop the offending customers for the sake of their stockholders.

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