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Obama Protects Hollywood

Lighthouse52 Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 11:34 AM
We, the people, should see that if we want things to change for the better, we need to become personally involved to make it happen. How about a letter/email writing campaign to the TV stations and their corporate headquarters explaining the problem and giving them a timetable to make positive meaningful changes? How about joining groups that have been in the fight for many years or start a new group by getting organized, starting a Web site, and circulating petitions to build a "voting block"? American Family Association, Concerned Women for America, and Brent Bozell's group, Media Research Center, are good places to start. "All that's necessary for evil to triumph, is that good men (and women, I might add) to do nothing." Edmund Burke
so'loughlin Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 1:01 AM
Yeah, you write letters all you want. It's not TV or music or video games that is the cause, it's parents not smacking their kid's a$$ when they do something wrong. A kid needs to be afraid of the consequences of breaking the rules, plain and simple.
Martin145 Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 12:15 PM

President Obama and Vice President Biden gathered their children for a photo-op as Obama showily signed executive orders to prevent future mass shootings. It quickly became obvious that regulating the entertainment media wasn't part of his solution. Politics once more trumped policy.

Hollywood not only went unregulated, it went unmentioned. Biden announced that he had met with "229 groups from law enforcement agencies to public health officials to gun officials to gun advocacy groups to sportsmen and hunters and religious leaders."

He also met with Hollywood lobbyists and video game manufacturers, but was there anyone really expecting those meetings to amount...