In a democracy, free and frank discussions should be encouraged rather than restrict it. There is no guarantee that all government policy or programme are sacrosanct or failsafe and without loopholes.
The basic tenet of questioning what is right and wrong is a useful yet a sharp tool. If we don't have the proper mental equipment to handle it, it will hurt us and it will hurt us bad.
Bartering your individual right over your appetite makes a leader subject to even more intense immoral activities.