Judge Rosemary Pooler, a Clinton appointee, agreed with New York’s position [to ban the 'Choose Life' license plate design] in her majority opinion. She took this view even though she also ruled that license plates are private speech subject to First Amendment protections. Despite these protections, however, she said that so many New Yorkers could find a plate advocating an anti-abortion position 'patently offensive' that the DMV was justified in suppressing the speech.
Liberals on the couch again--the fainting couch--seeing something they disagree with could be offensive. Almost every speech the President gives is offensive to me, but I think he has the right and responsibility to speechify.