The people on the list above have proved their uneducated not by having an opinion, but because their opinion is not based in fact and being hypocritical. Since you don't know with whom I've agreed or boycotted you have no basis for your opinion that I am afraid of anything. Indeed, if you were somewhat educated yourself you would note that I fully support their (and your) right to express their views. You seem to be the only one who is claiming that people don't have the same right because they don't agree with you or they choose not to support causes in which they don't believe. Which brings me to my point about money. I am advocating that people, instead of trying to silence others (which would be contrary to the Constitution), should just not participate in activities which are contrary to their own beliefs. Why do you have a problem with my references to money? Keep in mind that I have the right to express my views too. And I think it's a better tact to minimize the effect of these so-called celebrities by showing that I don't agree with them rather than denying them their Constitutional right to open their mouths. Isn't it my Constitutional right NOT to support them? If you choose to support people whom you believe espouse views harmful to society that is your right. I choose to try to make the world a better place through legitimate actions rather than sitting in my room and complaining. I find it amusing that you seem to think the legitimate response of not spending money on activities I don't agree with is wrong. Boycotting by the government or censorship may in fact be wrong (and unConstitutional) but that clearly doesn't apply to my spending habits.