Among the things I am thankful for on this Thanksgiving, are the freedom of speech and people who care. The museum was obviously championed by people who care enough about history and art to preserve the beautiful quilts that are part of their heritage. Quilts are more than a blanket to keep you warm and to compare them to the garbage that comes from China is unthinkable. Quilts are hand-produced artifacts that document the history of our nation. Which leads me to freedom of speech... the right that permits the writer of this article to put words on paper on a subject of which he has no knowledge. The unfortunate downside to freedom of speech is that it creates a group of people who believe that the written word is the truth when, as with this article, it is more fiction than fact.