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Old 05-28-2012, 04:05 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by HansTWN View Post
It is, of course, true that book sellers should have the right to decide what they want to sell. Unfortunately the system seems to have been perverted by a very small, but vocal and active minority of the public that wants to impose their morals on others and businesses decide to give in and get rid of any "offending" items rather than fight it.

But we can't blame it on the businesses, but rather on those who fail to stand up for freedom of speech.
And isn't it interesting that that small, active, vocal minority always seems to be obsessed with sex. I can think of many more activities or subjects that are more objectionable or more damaging to society but somehow they never seem to generate the same level of outrage or calls for censorship.
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