What is this? 1950?:
Broadcasters meeting Wednesday to discuss indecency said they would consider an industry code of conduct, an idea the nation’s chief telecommunications regulator suggested they should pursue.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Michael Powell said that if the industry leaves it to the government to set strict standards for broadcast decency, they won’t like the result.
“You do not want to ask the government to write a ‘Red Book’ of dos and don’ts,” Powell told the gathering organized by the National Association of Broadcasters. “I understand the complaint about knowing where the line is, but heavier government entanglement through a ‘dirty-conduct code’ will not only chill speech, it may deep-freeze it.”
No, Mr. Powell, I don’t want the government writing the book on what I can and can not view or read or see or purchase, you grandstanding, bullying shitheel. I am officially sick and tired of this bullshit from these jackasses. These stupid fucking assholes keep trying to impose their morality on me, and I am not going to take this crap anymore. They can go piss in the wind for all I care. And this is bi-partisan horseshit from our elected officals.*
* If this offended you, you can do what everyone else can do with the radio and television. You can make the personal decision not to come here any more, just as you can change the DAMNED CHANNEL ON YOUR TV AND RADIO.