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7-31-2009 @ 11:52AM
Common sense, isnt,You're getting off track here. There is absolutely nothing wrong with a person making thier own choice to avoid things, or to censor their own lives. If a Christian doesn't want to go into a strip club, what's wrong with that? You may think their reason for it is silly, but at least it doesn't affect you. Just like you should be allowed the liberty to see a naked girl, they should be allowed the liberty to avoid it.You've turned this into an argument about who's morals are better it seems.The part you need to grasp is this, though: While some religious folks in our governement have overstep their bounds because of their own beliefs (placement of strip clubs, or half the rules of the FCC)...we still don't know what it's like to live in a country where the Government says out of the blue, "Porn is officially banned just because we say so."Morality is an individual case, and I think your arguments are in favor of that thought. So if anything, I would think you'd be as outraged as I am at this blanket case of pointless censorship. It wasn't even given as a personal choice like the religious choices you seem to hate so much. It was forced upon an entire country by a room full of beuraucrats.
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