Really? They Need to Study?

Posted on January 30, 2014 8:00 pm

Thirteen House Democrats have proposed legislation that would require the government to study hate speech on the Internet, mobile phones, TV, and radio.

Probably just looking to research catchy lines for their 2014 campaign ads.

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5 Responses to “Really? They Need to Study?”

  1. Oppo says:

    … and this function of the government is specified where in the Constitution?

    Anyway, just log onto MSNBC, HuffPo, or the Daily Mos after Sarah Palin says anything. You’ll get all the source material you need.

  2. CCO says:

    So, would that be like censorship? How about the 2 minute hate that Big Brother gathers everyone in Oceana for? Would that be still be OK?

    Wait, back up one; how does the government (or these Congresscritters) define hate? Would that be hate in the Exodus 20:5 sense or in the Leviticus 19:17 sense or in the Luke 14:26 sense?

  3. CCO says:

    And what Oppo said in #1.

  4. CCO says:

    And what C. S. Lewis said (as quoted on Good Reads):

    “Christianity does not want us to reduce by one atom the hatred we feel for cruelty and treachery. We ought to hate them. Not one word of what we have said about them needs to be unsaid. But it does want us to hate them in the same way in which we hate things in ourselves: being sorry that the man should have done such things, and hoping, if it is anyway possible, that somehow, sometime, somewhere he can be cured and made human again.”
    ― C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity

  5. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    Thirteen House Democrats have proposed legislation that would require the government to study>anti-democrat communist/gay/negro/’hispanic'< hate speech on the Internet, mobile phones, TV Fox News, and radio.

    There, I fixed it.

    ….and I thought they didn’t listen to people’s phone calls or read their texts…..so how would they know about any “hate speech” on mobile phones?

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