Santorum To Save U.S. From Scourge Of Pornography

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    [QUOTE]Thank christ Santorum has no chance of winning the presidency!
    Posted by WhichOnesPink2[/QUOTE]

    Hear, hear...
     
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    I'd have to say that I could actually go along with him on this if he makes an effort to get smutty programs disguised as "reality shows" off of T.V. stations (MTV) which target kids and youngsters as their main audience. Whatever happened to censorship on t.v?....half the shows on MTV, BRAVO, TLC and others have blatant sexual content...if you are of age and want to see porn , then watch porn for cryin' out loud! ( away from the kids , of course).But let's keep this type of stuff off broadcast t.v. where 7,8 and 9 year olds are likley viewing stuff they should not be exposed to. I hate that so many young kids are watching shows like Jersey Shore and South Park. Amusing for adults, but not for kids!
     
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    [QUOTE]I'd have to say that I could actually go along with him on this if he makes an effort to get smutty programs disguised as "reality shows" off of T.V. stations (MTV) which target kids and youngsters as their main audience. Whatever happened to censorship on t.v?....half the shows on MTV, BRAVO, TLC and others have blatant sexual content...if you are of age and want to see porn , then watch porn for cryin' out loud! ( away from the kids , of course).But let's keep this type of stuff off broadcast t.v. where 7,8 and 9 year olds are likley viewing stuff they should not be exposed to. I hate that so many young kids are watching shows like Jersey Shore and South Park. Amusing for adults, but not for kids!
    Posted by ZILLAGOD[/QUOTE]


    Sorry, zill, but you must be joking.

    Have you seen the video games kids play?  The movies they watch?  Violent as he!!, but oh no, let's censor the boobies (that everyone has) and language (that everyone uses)...

    ...all in an effort to make us adults feel better about ourselves, not for anything so precious as protecting the children.


    While I agree that it might be confusing to children to know what's real or not on TV, the answer is fairly simple: NONE of it is "real", ALL of it is staged to some degree, even the news.

     
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    Even Mormons like a little porn every once in a while.  It's the reason why catholic Churches keep their projections screens in the basement.

    Rick Santorum.....there are more important issues.  I think Santorum is taking money from Obama on the side.  It's the only rational explanation for his behavior recently.
     
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    Well, of course South Park and Jersey Shore are not the same. But the sexual jokes and content in South Park is not something I would have been allowed to watch when I was a kid. It is not even cleverly disguised, this is a funny show and good adult entertainment ( Jersey Shore is neither).

    Yes, I am aware of the stuff in video games, but as another poster said, "What ever happened to parents monitoring what their kids watch?"

    You "buy' a video game. It is not broadcast on a television station that has programming suitable for children mixed alongside. These games have content warnings on them and should be obeyed by concerned parents....but how many parents are "concerned" anymore?

     
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    All you small government conservatives, leave my peenis alone.
    Get out of my bedroom.
    You my find your daughter up in here

    ya bitchez
     
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    [QUOTE]Moonbats get all upset that someone is going to cut off their porn or prevent them from getting an abortion. They are obsessed with sex as much as Santorum. Posted by Newtster[/QUOTE]

    Maybe liberals would be less concerned about attacks on legal pornography or legal abortion rights if conservatives stopped trying to make them illegal.
     
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    [QUOTE]I like santorum. I have issues with all the politicians. If Obama extends unemployment one more time, I am voting republican, no matter who gets the GOP nod. If a dem had come out with this idea by Rick, the liberal chants would be loud and many
    Posted by jackbu[/QUOTE]

    Loud and many against the idea.  Outside a few committed feminist types, pornography has not been an issue for the left.  But the social conservatives have consistently tried to war against this form of speech.  However, societal values have left them behind and even Bush could not maintain much of a legal challenge to basic porn. 
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Santorum To Save U.S. From Scourge Of Pornography : Whatever happened to PARENTS monitoring what their kids are watching??? 
    Posted by WhichOnesPink2[/QUOTE]
    I have to agree with you on this one.
     
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    [QUOTE]For the life of me I cannot understand these idiots. Rick, if you do not like porn do not watch it. Moonbats get all upset that someone is going to cut off their porn or prevent them from getting an abortion. They are obsessed with sex as much as Santorum. Then we have the blatant left wing hypocrisy - they whine about nuts like Santorum then they try to pass laws like the "Fairness Doctrine" to censor free speech on the airwaves.  Or they try to skirt the constitution with phoney claims of wanting diverse ownership of radio broadcasts. All in a guise to silence their political enemies.
    Posted by Newtster[/QUOTE]
    The Fairness Doctrine dealt with content on the PUBLIC airwaves. Not that I'm big supporter but there is a difference. 
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Santorum To Save U.S. From Scourge Of Pornography : So we should get rid of all "questionable" tv shows because of those parents who "aren't concerned anymore"? Sorry, but it's not your job to parent every kid on the planet. 
    Posted by WhichOnesPink2[/QUOTE]
    I have to agree with you on this one.  
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Santorum To Save U.S. From Scourge Of Pornography : So we should get rid of all "questionable" tv shows because of those parents who "aren't concerned anymore"? Sorry, but it's not your job to parent every kid on the planet. 
    Posted by WhichOnesPink2[/QUOTE]

    I don't have any intention of being a "parent to every kid on the planet."

    I don't even have kids of my own.

    But as part of the human race, someone seriously needs to start monitoring what young childern are exposed to.

    I look back to my youth , and my parents steered me toward things that were fun without being smutty or adult in nature. Sure, as soon as I reached junoir high school I was going to be exposed to R-rated and eventually X-rated jokes, pictures, books and movies. It seems inevitable in our society.

    Is it so wrong to deny kids the opportunity to have a childhood? Why can't kids play fun games ( video or otherwise) , why can't kids learn to find laughs and fun in decent programming?

    My generation wasn't denied having fun. I loved being a kid. Is it too much to ask that sexual jokes and situations on T.V. be kept to channels that are not targeting kids? I mean , really , when I was younger MTV targeted young adults and teenagers. Not with sex and sexual referances , but with music videos. And we loved it!

    Can you really disagree with this?
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Santorum To Save U.S. From Scourge Of Pornography : I don't have any intention of being a "parent to every kid on the planet." I don't even have kids of my own. But as part of the human race, someone seriously needs to start monitoring what young childern are exposed to. I look back to my youth , and my parents steered me toward things that were fun without being smutty or adult in nature. Sure, as soon as I reached junoir high school I was going to be exposed to R-rated and eventually X-rated jokes, pictures, books and movies. It seems inevitable in our society. Is it so wrong to deny kids the opportunity to have a childhood? Why can't kids play fun games ( video or otherwise) , why can't kids learn to find laughs and fun in decent programming? My generation wasn't denied having fun. I loved being a kid. Is it too much to ask that sexual jokes and situations on T.V. be kept to channels that are not targeting kids? I mean , really , when I was younger MTV targeted young adults and teenagers. Not with sex and sexual referances , but with music videos. And we loved it! Can you really disagree with this?
    Posted by ZILLAGOD[/QUOTE]

    I don't disagree. But the devil is in the details.  Making everything we see and hear suitable for a six year old is not possible or desirable. We have ratings on movies and video games and regulate standard television. Obscenity charges (except for child porn) have lost their power due to their inherent vagueness and evolving community standards.  More effort on this subject, even to protect children, will get into difficult areas of free speech.
     
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    I guess that I don't really understand the differnece between illegal pornography which Santorum says he wants to crack down on and legal pornography.

    Also, I know that the current administration is very selective in the laws that they choose to enforce but isn't it the job of the chief executive to enforce the laws of the land whether or not they agree with them?

     
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    I agree with Santorum on this. What's really sad is that most Americans think porn is "normal" and there is nothing wrong with it. People don't know what morals are anymore. There is something REALLY wrong with the country!
     
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