OK, it's been done. Some idiot burned a symbol of someone else's faith, putting our service members at even more risk. This publicity stunt will get people killed and shows disrespect for anything and anyone other than his own personal gain and ideology. The Muslim world has not had a "reformation" and "enlightenment" like (supposedly) the Christian world has. What would Christians have done if 75-100-1000yrs ago if someone had publicly burned the Holy Bible. The point is not whether Christians or Muslims have rights, or whether some self-serving idiot has rights, but that we have the right as decent human beings to respect others even if we disagree. We should condemn (publicly) those who chose to add fuel to the fire, and if one person dies due to the thoughtless actions of others, those people should be chastised in an appropriate manner. If they cause a death, they are responsible. Freedom of speech? YES! Absolutely! Responsibility for actions? YES!