Clearly, Nazism is a repugnant doctrine practiced by damaged people. But it's not illegal. It's legal for there to be a Nazi Party, Nazi media, Nazi gatherings and Nazi chants and speeches. If we don't want that, then we need to outlaw it. But if it's not outlawed, then we can't deny them from the same rights the rest of us enjoy. So which is it? If it's legal, then we have to tolerate their presence. If we act against their legal rights, then we are in the wrong. We let the Phelps family shout the most horrendous things. What difference is there when Nazis chant their vulgarisms? Both are groups of brain damaged and emotionally stunted people who publicize their hate for others. But so long as no other laws are broken, we are obligated to allow them the same freedoms of assembly and expression as we would reasonably allow any other torch-bearing, racist group. If we take away their rights, it has to be for really good (constitutional) reason. Any thoughts?