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The Right to Decency

tnorth Wrote: Jul 18, 2012 9:29 AM
Right on the mark, Joseph 64
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The Right to Decency

tnorth Wrote: Jul 18, 2012 9:28 AM
But the U.S. Supreme Court HAS upheld the FCC's definition of "indecent". So, it is your post that is proceeding from a wholly incorrect premise, not the article.
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The Right to Decency

tnorth Wrote: Jul 18, 2012 9:25 AM
Absoute B.S. When you bought a TV, did you have to sign something saying you consent to anything, much less indecency. I didn;'t and therefore, don't try to tell me I consented to anything. The mere act of buying a TV is NOT consent to indecency. I'm sick of the god complex of demented individuals like you. You are the problem with the world
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The Right to Decency

tnorth Wrote: Jul 18, 2012 9:23 AM
That hasn't been sufficient to protect our right to not have access to indecency in our homes, obviously, as there are 1.5 million broadcast indecency complaints pending, many of which are surely valid, even with the free market system. The broadcasters act as they care less about making money, as they do shoving indecency down everyone's throats as part of their deliberate and evil agenda to destroy children and even adult's freedom of choice
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The Right to Decency

tnorth Wrote: Jul 18, 2012 9:20 AM
Tactitus X, you clearly did not read the article before commenting. If you did, you'd see that Trueman hasn't claimed anyone is forcing him to watch anything. We not only have an absolute right to not watch indecency, we have an absolute right as homeowners to not even have access to it if we choose. And our buying and plugging in a TV doesn't invite indecency in. The Supreme Court found that the channel changer and on/off switch are not a viewer or listener's only recourse. The liberal mantra of "if you don't like it, turn it off" is incredibly mindless and tired. TV is not only for that small minority who want porn and indecency
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The Right to Decency

tnorth Wrote: Jul 18, 2012 9:16 AM
This is an absolutely superb article. The author is 100% accurate as to the law, facts, and all common sense aspects of the issue. There is nothing in this article that any person can sanely dispel. I and all others have an absolute right to decency and no one gets to dictate otherwise for us. Besides, who can argue with treating other humans with common decency? Only those who are inclined to violence, which indecency is a form of
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