So 3 years ago I started a website, Socially Uncensored. And the basic goal was to provide an outlet where everyone could speak freely without restriction. No topic or comment was ever " to taboo" or not allowed and everything was on the table for discussion. In those 3 years I noticed a trend. The people who cried the loudest about not silencing or restricting others... In a sense, the people who wanted the most censorship & cried the most about others being able to freely speak without restriction was my fellow Americans. I find this kind of interesting and don't really know what to make of this. As a fellow American myself, I know we pride ourselves in claiming to support free speech and denounce any ideas of censorship. And yet it was my fellow American's who in the last 3 years, who while enjoyed the freedom of speaking without restriction, seemed to demand the most restrictions for others. What do you make of my findings?