I hereby make the following motion:
You're as welcome here as anywhere else. As a body, we ask that you don't over do it by straying from the topic...
You may respond to comments that are addressed to you, but we further request that you please stay within the bounds of reasonableness and rationality.
The motion has been placed before the body here present for consideration, discussion, and debate.
Is there a second?
According to Robert’s Rules of Order, parliamentary procedure is based on the consideration of the rights: of the majority, of the minority (especially a large minority greater than one-third), of individual members, of absentee members, of all of these groups taken together.
"The application of parliamentary law is the best method yet devised to enable assemblies of any size, with due regard for every member’s opinion, to arrive at the general will on the maximum number of questions of varying complexity in a minimum amount of time and under all kinds of internal climate ranging from total harmony to hardened or impassioned division of opinion."
[Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised [RONR (11th ed.), Introduction, p. liii]