Without naming names, can you think of a very famous person who has the freedom to post short messages but who seemingly has a problem with self-restraint?
Montana attempted to allow more personal freedom when the USA's national 55 mph law was repealed. They decided not to have a state speed limit. After a few years, they instated a state speed limit because they had had a problem with drivers who thought that freedom meant lack of all restraint even self-restraint.
While it is true that freedom of speech allows for incivility and boorishness, it by no means glorifies the inglorious. A person who expresses himself in such a manner is showing what his character is.
In recent years, there seems to be a misunderstanding of what freedom of speech or expression is and is not.
It is one thing to have the freedom to say anything you want about another person without prosecution short of actionable slander or the freedom to publish anything you want without prosecution about another person short of actionable libel, it is quite another to think that every publication and every internet platform is obligated to publish your rant or screed. It is also wrong to think that you can say these things and express these things anywhere and at anytime regardless of private property, personal privacy, and public harassment.
Although I believe that the doctrines of many places of religious worship are false doctrines, I by no means think that it is appropriate or "my right" to occupy the publicly owned pavement outside of their places of assembly with bullhorns and loud speakers and denounce their doctrines while their assemblies are underway.
Yet this is how many "political activists" behave themselves.
Social conservatives stand outside of facilities which provide abortion services and harass those who pass by.
Social liberals gather outside of private residences and harangue the residents.
People go into restaurants and publicly berate and harass a public figure for one reason or another.
There is a difference between freedom and a break down in individual responsibility.
When did we lose the ability to disagree with respect? When did we lose the ability to argue with civility?
Those who behave in these ways regardless of the positions which they espouse are demonstrating a personal character problem.
The same thing goes for one's participation on this platform. Please respect one another's rights to disagree and be polite. Do not knowingly trample on the "taboos" of those whose values differ from yours. Don't be crude. Don't be boorish. Be civil, polite and respectful.
"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" (A phrase invented by Evelyn Beatrice Hall to describe the thought processes of Voltaire)