Skip to comments.Growing number of CBS affiliates refusing to carry profanity laden program
Posted on 09/06/2006 10:46:23 AM PDT by Iam1ru1-2
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ever notice how they apply this law literally when something is of interest to conservatives, but never when it is of interests to liberals and perverts?
What the heck is this?
"I urge you to email the FCC urging them to reject the "in context" argument."
-I reject this post, no matter what the context.
That documentary is reality - deal with it.
And if you don't like it, don't watch it. But please, we don't need you playing nanny for the rest of us.
What in the heck are you talking about?
I usually like AFA, but they can go pound sand.
This is a documentary.
It should not be censored.
AFA is on the side of terrorists apparently.
Have you seen this program?
I have; it has NOTHING to do with the profanity; it's what really happened.
This "campaign" is a prime example of "pick your battles."
Nonsense. Every profanity costs the network $300,000. They're not about to sprinkle dirty words around at those rates.
Don't really care about the profanity, the subject is the firey murder of 3000 innocent people by Islamic terrorists for crying out loud.
What I want to know is does this program portray a true reflection of the horrific attack, or is it more apologist, terrorist-glorifying, morally ambiguous propaganda from our Hollywood leftists?
I bet they are demonrats, looking to abort the truth.
Wouldn't it make more sense if I simply exercised my prerogative as a parent and simply informed my children that they were not allowed to watch the program?
Or, better yet, not having a head filled with oatmeal mush, I bet I can find the on-off switch by myself.
I care less what the networks do.
I will monitor what my children do and the networks will either respond to the lack of viewers by stopping the broadcast of the questionable content or they won't, at which point they will lose sponsors and viewers and eventually will go away, anyway.
I don't need the state to be a nanny and this type of solicitation of protest is exactly that.
I will decide what my children watch or do not watch.
If so, this is a must-see, profanity or no.
I suspect it's mostly the liberal crowd who don't want this shown, just as they like to keep all reminders of 9-11 away from the public. Taking advantage of some gullible conservatives, I suppose.
Do they use actual content, or is this some low life CBS sponsored dog and pony show. How much you want to bet that NO profanity towards the Islamofascist will be presented.
LOL. Censoring the f-word and the s-word now means that one is on the side of the terrorists.
For the record, don't bleep the words out, it's a documentary and the use of the words reflects the harsh reality we faced that day.
Go mind your own f-ing business, jerk--don't like it? DON'T WATCH IT!
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