Originally Posted by Fedaykin
No one has a consitutional right to RF, but they do have a constitutional right to say whatever they want once they have purchased spectrum.
What you're saying is the equivalent of "no one has a constitutional right to pen & paper" therefor the government can curtail freedom of speech in books.
It's amazing to me you can't spot the difference between use of public resources vs private resources for speech.
You're allowed under the first amendment to communicate whatever you want. You're not automatically allowed public resources to do so.
On a semirelated note... how about this?
Should this "speech" be banished?