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    Re: The U.S. Supreme Court gives OK to government crackdown on the airwaves.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    Ok show me how many liberal groups were up in arms over the tit shot compared to conservative groups.



    Tipper gore? That is your proof tipper gore? Tell me who is up in arms over ****, ****, goddamn, pussy, dick, clitoris, etc.

    It is ALWAYS conservatives as a majority that is against these.

    Sorry, but your **** holds no weight.

    Are you serisoulsy telling me that as a MAJORITY a liberal is going to have a hissy fit over P....U...S...S...Y being broadcast over the air as much as a conservative does?

    Gimme a break.
    I can't think of a better example of why we need a minimum level of public decency standards.

    Some people seem to get a kick out of pushing the limit to the extreme.

    And you couldn't be more right about liberals tending to having foul mouths.


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    Re: The U.S. Supreme Court gives OK to government crackdown on the airwaves.

    I see no reason to view frequencies as being any different than land. Both are constrained and defined by the same basic principles: neither can be utilized simultaneously by different people with divergent interests, and both are finite resources.

    If I purchase a specific frequency - just as I would purchase a specific piece of land - I should be able to transmit whatever I like, just as I should be able to build whatever I like on my land. Obviously, the manner in which one utilizes their frequency or land would necessarily be constrained by the rights of others but anything beyond that is an infringement. The FCC should protect property rights and nothing more. Censorship is the responsibility of parents.

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    Re: The U.S. Supreme Court gives OK to government crackdown on the airwaves.

    Quote Originally Posted by Grateful Heart View Post
    I can't think of a better example of why we need a minimum level of public decency standards.

    Some people seem to get a kick out of pushing the limit to the extreme.

    And you couldn't be more right about liberals tending to having foul mouths.


    translation: You are for big brother government involvement because YOU disagree with the speech.

    Classical conservatism.

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    Re: The U.S. Supreme Court gives OK to government crackdown on the airwaves.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    Ok show me how many liberal groups were up in arms over the tit shot compared to conservative groups.



    Tipper gore? That is your proof tipper gore? Tell me who is up in arms over ****, ****, goddamn, pussy, dick, clitoris, etc.

    It is ALWAYS conservatives as a majority that is against these.

    Sorry, but your **** holds no weight.

    Are you serisoulsy telling me that as a MAJORITY a liberal is going to have a hissy fit over P....U...S...S...Y being broadcast over the air as much as a conservative does?

    Gimme a break.
    I provided a link debunking your bull**** claim. Typical response from TheNextEra, shows up with nothing but more bull****.
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    Re: The U.S. Supreme Court gives OK to government crackdown on the airwaves.

    Quote Originally Posted by GottaHurt View Post
    I provided a link debunking your bull**** claim. Typical response from TheNextEra, shows up with nothing but more bull****.

    The bull**** is you claiming one person is the majorty. Your link showed tipper GORE,. ONE PERSON.

    Sorry you have debunked nothing.

    Conservatives have a problem with the tit shot as a majority, not liberals.

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    Re: The U.S. Supreme Court gives OK to government crackdown on the airwaves.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    The bull**** is you claiming one person is the majorty. Your link showed tipper GORE,. ONE PERSON.

    Sorry you have debunked nothing.

    Conservatives have a problem with the tit shot as a majority, not liberals.
    This was your statement:

    Originally Posted by TheNextEra
    CONSERVATIVES have lead the battle over MORALITY talk on T.V.
    Really, Tipper Gore lead the battle back in the mid 80's. I provided a link to back up my argument.

    You provide nothing but bull****.

    Now, prove the following claim that you made here:

    Originally Posted by TheNextEra

    The majority of people that got uupset over the tit shot WERE conservatives.
    Prove it, show us the proof that this statement of yours is factual.

    Otherwise you're just trying to bull**** your way through another thread.
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    Re: The U.S. Supreme Court gives OK to government crackdown on the airwaves.

    Quote Originally Posted by Truth Detector View Post
    Quote: Originally Posted by Truth Detector
    My first comment was merely to explain why doing away with the FCC was an idiotic assertion made in a vacuum of the facts and reality of unregulated airwaves and to defend what has been a majority opinion for some time; that content supplied over the airwaves be moderated for the times they are aired to protect children from potentially being exposed to that content and many of the adults who would be offended even by accidental access.




    So you didnít make this comment?



    What about this comment?



    How about this one from your ole pal Kandahar who also has very confused ideas about raising children?



    But here is the doosie that prompted my original response:



    One thing is certain, for a physicist you show an incredible propensity for forgetting what was typed only a few threads back and dragging a debate into never ending circles of futility.

    Carry on.
    What do my quotes say? Can you read? Is that within your intellectual prowess? I said the FCC should be all but abolished. What does that mean? It means, that the vast majority of its power should be stripped, the power to censor should be taken from away from the FCC. The FCC exists still, but only as property management. And if you read what people say, while they are pissed that the FCC has censorship capabilities and want them gone, we've agreed that the FCC needs to exist in some part to enforce property rights.

    But if you want to lie, use spin and hyperbole, and engage in intellectual dishonest debate to get your point across go right ahead. It's not like none of us have seen that before out of you.
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    Re: The U.S. Supreme Court gives OK to government crackdown on the airwaves.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    I see no reason to view frequencies as being any different than land. Both are constrained and defined by the same basic principles: neither can be utilized simultaneously by different people with divergent interests, and both are finite resources.

    If I purchase a specific frequency - just as I would purchase a specific piece of land - I should be able to transmit whatever I like, just as I should be able to build whatever I like on my land. Obviously, the manner in which one utilizes their frequency or land would necessarily be constrained by the rights of others but anything beyond that is an infringement. The FCC should protect property rights and nothing more. Censorship is the responsibility of parents.
    AS much as I don`t like, about what I see and hear, on different frequencies, You are right again sir. The FCC does a pathetic enough job (as a federal tyrrant), without the additional difficult task of mediating, moderating , and littigating morality, and ethics. The worst way to morality and ethics is via a tyranical BIG BROTHER.

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    Re: The U.S. Supreme Court gives OK to government crackdown on the airwaves.

    Quote Originally Posted by GottaHurt View Post
    This was your statement:



    Really, Tipper Gore lead the battle back in the mid 80's. I provided a link to back up my argument.

    You provide nothing but bull****.

    Now, prove the following claim that you made here:



    Prove it, show us the proof that this statement of yours is factual.

    Otherwise you're just trying to bull**** your way through another thread.
    Prove that right wingers don't want swearing? That is common sense, the fact you think LIBERALS want censorship of swearing and tit shots is amazingly FALSE as usual.

    Yes, A PERSON on the left was against it and probably some more, but the MAJORITY of conservatives are FOR censorhipo of the airwaves. DEAL WITH IT.

    Talking to you is like talking to my 4 year old neice when she goes NUH UH.

    Grow up and deal with the FACTS, the majority of conservatives NOT liberals are for censoring the airwaves of swear words and tit shots.

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    Re: The U.S. Supreme Court gives OK to government crackdown on the airwaves.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    What do my quotes say? Can you read? Is that within your intellectual prowess? I said the FCC should be all but abolished. What does that mean? It means, that the vast majority of its power should be stripped, the power to censor should be taken from away from the FCC. The FCC exists still, but only as property management. And if you read what people say, while they are pissed that the FCC has censorship capabilities and want them gone, we've agreed that the FCC needs to exist in some part to enforce property rights.

    But if you want to lie, use spin and hyperbole, and engage in intellectual dishonest debate to get your point across go right ahead. It's not like none of us have seen that before out of you.
    ...all but abolished,...10/4.

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