And I don't think you understand the distinction I'm making. I totally sympathize with Johnny Depp jokingly speculating about when was it we last had an actor shoot a president. That doesn't mean I want someone to actually do it, nor that I wouldn't condemn the attacks if they happened. And as you'll recall there was an outpouring of Muslim solidarity for the victims after the attack. So, what I'm telling you is you're looking at the wrong metrics, and you can't criminalize thought. And, since we glossed over this earlier, I absolutely contend that Nugent's comments are an exact analogue here: "If Obama wins re-election in November, I will either be in dead or in jail by this time next year" is pretty damned explicit, to the point where the Secret Service brought him in for an interview, yet large numbers of his fans and GOP supporters had no issue with his comments - he was cheered, for christ's sake. Anyway, maybe it's different for you Brits, but in the States our legal code is based on the belief that you're innocent until proven guilty. It's absolutely OK to question The Nug' to make sure what he said wasn't a credible threat providing doing so does not interfere with his civil liberties, but it's not ok to lock him up on an island, along with anyone who has sympathy to his views, simply because they could be made manifest into violence. And if you don't agree with this simple statement that democratic rule of law is based on, then I really don't know what to tell you.