Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for August 13, 1990
Calvin: Do you support the free expression of ideas in our society? Dad: Sure. That's first on our bill of rights. Calvin: So you would be against censorship and the suppression of ideas you found distasteful. Dad: Right. You've got to take the bad with the good. Calvin: So you wouldn't object to me being exposed to art, movies or music that some people think is offensive and shocking, right? Dad: Ok, first let me explain about our responsibility to be culturally educated and able to make critical distinctions about. Calvin: You're stallllling!