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The Road to a civil war: losing our Decorum!

More Marxism facilitated now by a dangerous can of worms opened by the FCC Chairman, who tweeted his tacit approval of David Ortiz's expletive broadcasted into the ears of Boston Red Sox fans *live* yesterday!

Genachowski responded from the FCC’s verified Twitter account: “David Ortiz spoke from the heart at today’s Red Sox game. I stand with Big Papi and the people of Boston - Julius.”

Oh goody! When will this become a defense against an FCC fine, lawyers who represent media personalities must see the green coming their way!!!

As one caller to the Jonathon Brandmeier Show in Chicago just asked, "when will a celebrity get away with a heartfelt wardrobe malfunction?

This certainly is a sticking point with me because I'm not only concerned about those in the Liberty Movement who fistpump Adam Kokesh's last "F" you! video, but, because I'm well aware that there is a deliberate move in the grand scheme of things to encourage the "breakdown of old moral virtues, honesty and sobriety.... By specious [fair-seeming but deceptive] argument..."

Like it or not, our expression of disapproval, protest, disgust, and distain with tyrannical parent government MUST be done in restrained written and spoken word; for credibility's sake. We best take the moral high ground, not get down in the mud with them, stoop to their level of maturity(which is what we're being baited to do on so MANY levels right now), if our goal is to WIN.

America needs to show it has the political will to throw off tyranny, and right now we are still a minority...let's not become an even slimmer minority by abandoning an ideal I believe the public still longs for traditionally in our moral expression just because this administration indirectly approves of it deliberately, or hypocritically.

http://www.politico.com/story/2013/04/fcc-julius-genachowski...

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When "Yes" is used for "No".

And, "No" for "Yes" language ceases to have meaning and communication breaks down. Words are important when you attempt to communicate. Poor use effects your credibility whether you ultimately are right or wrong in your statements. How do you think these double speak politicians get elected (besides rigged votes)? The result of word choice works in the inverse as well establishing credibility for some where none exists.

All I see here with this Ortiz deal is more selective enforcement and further decent into the rule of man over the rule of law of which we have far too many.

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All I see here with this Ortiz deal is more selective enforcement and further decent into the rule of man over the rule of law of which we have far too many.

Why have the FCC or any agency for that matter if they selectively enforce on those they don't agree with over those they do?

I would not agree with David unless his statement was meant to attack the crackdown on the city by 1984 style martial law moreover the killing and capture of the suspects in the bombing and crime spree currently attributed to those two young men. I am still not sure which horrific acts were a worse attack on freedom and liberty in Boston and the country at large.

“Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian.” ― Henry Ford.

uh oh..here's another Bible-derived warning...

...that can be applied to communication/expression of our thoughts, speculations, worries, positions, and suspicions...

Isaiah 5:20 "Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!"

Just insert the noun "speech" after the adjectives used....