[His reply to the challenge that "there is no room for restrictions of any kind on our liberty in a democracy"]
In other words, you object to censorship of any kind where reading matter is concerned. Democracy must not be allowed to defend itself and its children against indecent filth, or even against literature calculated to undermine democracy itself! You are a great and wise defender of democracy indeed!
"Many people feel that censorship is a violation of Freedom of Speech.
Censorship is NOT unconstitutional. Censors have the right to censor what you hear. The Bill of Rights says nothing about Freedom of Hearing. This, of course, takes a lot of the fun out of the Freedom of Speech. Ha ha ha...
...There is nothing in the Bill of Rights about Freedom of Seeing. You can look for it, but if you see it, you'd better not show it to anybody.
Therefore, censorship does not interfere with the constitutional right of every American to sit alone, in the dark, in the nude, and cuss."
Time for definitions.
1. A “Truth” can be verified.
2. A “Belief” exists in the mind of the believer and does not need verification.
Perhaps, “If your Church has the belief” would be more accurate. Accurate, but not likely to bring in as many tithes.