The Idea Of Radio Stations Having Censorship Makes More Than

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The idea of radio stations having censorship makes more than perfect sense. If we allow radio stations to say whatever they want, than all forms of values and respect for human kind could go out the window. The day that censorship is abolished is the day that we have lost. But then again, we have already lost all sense of decency and replaced it with vulgarity, so why not just take away censorship, the one thread holding the string of humanity together. Who cares what happens to the children of our generation? If we are not allowed to say every vulgarity we have on the radio, and talk about sexual acts that most children are too naïve to understand, it is not wrong, it is un-constitutional, at least, so we are told. Many have been saying censorship is what's wrong, that it goes against America's right to freedom of speech. Well I am all for freedom of speech, don't get me wrong, but to a certain extent. If our fore fathers realized what would come of that one sentence about freedom of speech, I am not so sure they would keep it the same. But, we cannot tell the fore fathers of this nation what was to come, and we will not change this amendment, so one question remains, who is to judge how far is far enough? Sadly, no one can take on such a responsibility. No one man can decipher between right and wrong, good and bad, not any man of this age at least. Thus, leaving America in a ditch. So, because of this, we allow so many radio shows and such to go on...

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