Our founding fathers couldn't have imagined the speed at which we communicate today using modern technology. You have to remember that when the 1st amendment was written communication took significantly longer, the average newspaper was only published once a week and each page had to be meticulously set in type and papers hand delivered! They most certainly did not intend for the average civilian to be able to send messages instantly to millions of people world wide via the Internet and modern social media. It is time we reconsider the need for this antiquated "right" and bring America into the modern age! We must at the least consider common sense restrictions to the 1st amendment. Restrictions on posts or tweets greater than 10 words, the removal of CAPS LOCK from all keyboards, and banning acronyms which allow for rapid and convenient communication of commonly used phrases (Ex. LOL, TTYL, BRB, YMMV, ETC) are restrictions that any reasonable person can appreciate. If an agreement can't be made, so be it, repeal the 1st amendment!
I guess debates against the 2nd amendment work equally as well for other rights!